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Very tightly. 

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Jakiut-kshata Qepatelcosis. 

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Jakrat-pathari 6Q€»— Hepatotitheaais. 

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jakrut-pra^ali Bile duct; Ductus Hepatilus. 

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Jaksha (See) . 
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3 I ©9£j— 2. Cruel, * I aa SOO $ *$— 

3. Rich yet miserly. 

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Jaksha taru Jaksnabasa (See) 


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(Ofleq— 4) A person who is the guardian 

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(Apte). 

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prepared for wrestling and boxing 

'(Apte). 

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Jaksha raja (t) The God of riohes. 

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— The worship of a Jaksha prescribed 

for persons desirous of riches. 

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^ I a$QQ Oft— 2. The religious fig tree. 

aaifloo— 9 9~3$l «9Q — 

Jakshimaiaka A sort of dates. 

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9. 9. 41 (Qa+^)-9flQ«ell— 

A female of the Jaksha class. 

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JakshinI ], The wife of Kubera* J I 9g ^1 V 

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Jakshodu(du)mbara The fruit of the Ficus 

Religiosa 

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jakshma grasta Consumptive. 

Jakshmagraha si^flsi — An attack of consump- 
tion. 

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2. Raisin; died grape 

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JakshmS(kshmft) S£|Qia 6QSI — Tuberculosis; 

consumption; pulmonary disease; ptbisis* 

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(CKf 6(1 — §jl) consumption^ consumptive 

( person") 

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jakshyamana QQG£i@ — 1- Desiring to 

worship; bent on worshipping, 9 1 90| 

(0g"WWU— %1)SQ ©q§--2. Engaged in worshipping. 

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Jagana G«H?<1 9J9| <S g €Q 5f <fl<fc£ S*l©Q 

CIS19GSIS — One of the eight syllabic feet 

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followed by two long ones (Apte). 

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( Doubling of the root of a verb to 

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Janluganta ai^Q $^§j9 BlQti 9Q9I 3931— 

The frequentative active verb in 

Sanskrit grammar. 

sao©a(qi)— go. q$ ( ^qqq )— ciiq^ aaisoqQQQ 

Jach-nia(yS) gig— Got gratis; got quite 

unasked, (aai— QQQty flIQQ Qq» ©nf" 

— aa=aai©G©iag© -q>q,q aqi oiq' i ) 

Ciq— OT. 9 ( ^. a!Q©l )— Si©9l ( G94| ) 
Jacha Jachiba ( See ) 

3q(G0)Q-G9. 9 (*. fllO©l)-* I fllQ9l ; QIO@|; 

Jacha(che)i Q€l QQ9I — 1. Begging for a 

nWI thing, j | qp| ^g| a9Q PQ«* gqg|- 

srNr 0<PQ ©%Qtfl — 2. The testing of gold 

etc as to its quality and value, 

fi»q(W)Q QQQI — GO. 5*—^ I e©7«8 ^9^ 99IQGQ 

Jacba(che)i karibS «GW giQGQ G9SIQ «QQ 

mbft^j ^\m\ QGfl 91 g%T OI«9l— 1. To 

aiTOHjilT, 3ff^5rr have a thing tested in the 

market to ascertain its value and 

quality. > I 3§iQQ fl£i 6 gQIQ 

©^9^1 QQ9»— 2.*To test a pice of gold 
as to its value and quality. 

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Jacha(che)ib5 1. Jachai kariba (See) 3 \ ^Q*i 
^8R^9igtj ^iqai©9l %l QqQ9!— 2. To cause 
^r^Tiir a thing to be offered by another. 

099-3.9. i* [^1 ai%=9io-«Q9i+®|. w^ra^)]— 

Jachchhan 9199W — Giving^ bestowing. 

(aea— tf) 

Qfife)— gi. 9. (^. 3€ll)— ^ I 9S8; Sl§— ] . Renown. 
Jachha(ckchha) > I g<ail©; 991*1—2. Good 

*Pt ^f reputation- • | 9191%.% flfl^Ql — 

3. Praise. 

dfi (»%)— «— ^ I €99«H«^ eel 9Q9I— 1. To wor- 

jaj (root) ship a Diety, y \ qcr 9Q9» — 2. To 

associate with- * I 9|9 9Q9I — 3, To 

present; to give, v| aia ^q^|—4 To 

offer; to sacrifice, 

<a _s. q. (go ai^+owofl. «)— e i cq— l. Fire 

jaja (Apte). 5 | Q@~ 2. Sacrifice tApte). 


£KH& 


( &*r ) 


a©* 


a©©- 1 -*. ^. q;. ( s© v ai§+©$. a© )— 

JajataJiJ SJ^©; 093$© — 1. An officiating priest; 
^ I €19—2. 8il:& (Apte). * | ©Q— 3. The 
moon (Apte). $<si. q? (©#. «©j — £ \ 
99^—1. H0I7 (Apte). J l 9©m — 
2. Adorable (Apte). w \ q<$\q — 3. Digni- 
fied; sublime (Apte). 
€!©©—*,$. ( a© ai^+$Q<s t »© ) aw ©#— 
Jajati Sacrificial ceremonies (Apte). 

43©© 6©U— 3. ©— ®^ G©SIQ ©StfG© ^©g© 31©— 
Jajati desa A plare south of the sacrificial 
(aa© fil©— «©*g3) altar (Apte). 

Q9$— S. © -( Q© ai^+©$ «$"■)—* I «« 691^1— 
Jajatra 1* A Brahinana who maintains the 
sacrificial fire at his house (Ajpte), 
5 I ( +QQ31. «$ y^*IQG©l*- 2- Main- 
tenance of the sacred fire (Apte). 

<ao<^— *. ©a. g? — [» ai%+©$(€i©) «©; tai. <©]- 

Jajan J3^Qi<3 — Performing sacrifice - 

(a©$1~$l) 

<a©Q— s. ©— (a© ai$+q©. «©)— i t omi trt© 

Jajana qici ©q©| — 1. Offering sacrifice for 
oneself, [© — e©3|© 8icf did ©6*91%, 

QJ©Q GQIQQN l] -> I 0»5 ??* ©Q©l — 

2. Worehipping. * 1 (+©©<a a©)— aiq 

3, Sacrifice (Apte), * | ( +»^OQ« a©) 
GJ^HIQ— 4. A place of sacrifice (Apte). 

GQfllQ— 9. w.— (a© atSL+ Q $.V aQ,; " V ' ai -«MS£ 
Jajamana 1. o&ring sacrifice. ©, — 1 | ©3g^ 

©ig 2H§€KJL©«ll 60Q ©IQtifiq ajCl §^i 

gga—» 1. A person who has 'a vedic 
sacrifice performed by a priest on 
giving him presents. 9 \ $££• a^j© <||0- 
©jqj ©^o* — 2- A person who himself 
performs a regular sacrifice (Apte)» 
* I qGQg©©' ©60l§l ©h^ — 3. A host; a 
patron (Apte). v | &©©(©© ©fif— *- The 

head of a family (Apte). * | ©l©Q 3 3i 
©<^— S. The head of a tribe (Apte). 

9 I aqicoooq av ^ sfei^ gai© 9 § — 
6, One of the 8 incarnations of the 

Deity siva, represented as offering 

jftcrifice to the gocte through obla- 
tion unto the fire. 


69. 9.— ^ I QSQt® G06? ©■!§ OI% 99 ell 
€QQ S^g ©19 © QIQ9IQ© €09901, ©©»l© 
$Gji'G§ 69IA W" ©Qffc— 1- A person who 
engages a priest to officiate at his 
family ceremonies. > I ©afij Ql-tfl 

cioa G09©wr©«i §©1 o*?w «9<— 

2, A pilgrim who engages a Panda to 

do worship for him to the idol at any 

centre of pilgrimage^ 

|~© — QGQiQ fl^9IQQ ©©i G©%j© a©* 

a© ©Q©i BIO ©C*J qgqQ© q^SIPSSfl 

eiia§ 1 <J§a© « «ia ea*q aqq©i ai$1st©£Q 
©0°% c$i aq^aiG^efl aia^ I ^ 0©5iiQfl|co 
©^© ggqsow 6 o^iflioqrQ saio sqcj^oi 

G9Q WG« flas <i©fll^ OQSift QQig ^^ 
«^ 9fl€I8 OfllQ <§« *fl|«S ^'GQ 9Q^1S> 
69$a§ I] 
3©9l« — CO. 9SL— a©^IO ^fllq — Relating to 
Jajamani 

*\mU ^nmrnt JajamaDa [ cieJi — GciiQ £a©gisi 

GO. 9— e. I QOflWI 9^ — 1. Priesthood. 

3 \ a©flha g90iq tioa*- 2 * T ^ e sta ^ e of 

being a Jajamana. 

afidiai f«^co. ^.- a©«K?oi^os^i as eiQ €n^>©i 

Jajamani brutti &Ql9j GalGQQ®** — The profes 

sion of priesthood 

0919— «- w. l*— (a© ai%+©(|. a©)— ^ 1 oi©i— 

Jaj^ca 1. Liberal (Apte). ^ f e©l©|q— 

2. Worshipping (Apte) t 

0^— e. ©-^(a© v »i%f ©^. q )— 1 1 a^ii aiQQiq 

fap 01Q —1. Performer of sacrifice; a sacri- 
fice^ J\ ( + q©.d)— a@ ©tf-2. The 
act of sacrifioing. * 1 (+©©$, q) — q\q 

3, A sacrifice* 

saffl— 9*M. g.— (a© s »%+©^ c»> *fli- ^Q)— 

Jaji 1 l e^©ig-^l. Sacrificing^ 

(Q©fll— ^1) 9 I 0©l©Ka— 2. ^vorshipping; adoring. 

JSe^tib 1, The Jajur Beda 5 V the 2nd of the 4. 
(afijcrfo— «©*qo) Bedas or Hindu scriptures 1 

>ia#1sC[ §© ©I 9^—2. A sacirficia" 
t»rayef Or formula ( Apte) * I 3© 


£©G^9 


( '°*P** ) 


<3§QIQ 


69S9IQ CJQi fl^— 3. A. text or body 
sacred mantras in prose muttered at 

sacrifices (Apte). 

i — o 

Jajctrbeda Jajub 1 (Sec) 

CIQMSQ Q©G> i «§ GQQGQ Q«, Q^OT, 

s^efla^QQefla m QSkGWQas I a«GW 

9l©3Gff£J; ( QlOfl©— ^Qi ) «ai© «A« 
oi% gigj Qfls ei^%a aiGid ©Q aiff©» Qfi^ 
<19l ©@?{G£l 6 ai@90« <1^ISL q^GQ 
SWlQdl QGQ) I QQ 01 G?$<££J a°€I €§Q 

fajurbedl 99699 a«Wfl^— 1. Relating to 

Jajurbeda. j| S$GWtail$— 2- Studying 
the Jajurbeda. $— t, | acW9t&l|£jl 
910^1 — 1. A Brahmana learned in the 
Jajurbeda. J \ aSjGQGQI^ ^q»lflQ 
««i^lOI SI8«I— 2 » A Br&hmana who 
^follows the rituals of the Jajurbeda. 

* Jajurbedlya —Relating to the Jajurbeca. 

Jajna 0©193 — 1- Tne sacrificial and 

ceremonial rites enjoined by the Bedas. 

[ q— <QQ aai^ «cr G9ia 91 ac*6Q q«w 

BI§Q GQSH I fl«S 6W©lfllGG $9 G9>Q 

QI®G9q» a$Gsa ? GQlGsa, 9.%<a6aa, 4G«9, 
$G<aia« 9$© qsweaicB I «a g^w atQ 
gala Q«Q<a '«& -a aeT QeGQit~orf<i, 


3QS9, *W, flCi, G9IA, 6$, Q% 9GM, 

> i QO€ii% a^fliGQ gcoiQ $92Q 6 

^GQ<aQ| QI^^IQ ^O'J Q^Vl 90QI0IQ 

q?5 ( geii-9§Q@=-GW9iO; a^a^=a©- 
®a^i Q^a@ =a©gcq9i; %€»e@ =^©9w^ 

9WI©i GQ93@=-G9lfl )— 2, The five 
devotional acts and offerings which a 
householder and specially a Brahmana 
is enjoined by the Sastras to do 
everyday ( Apte ) ; m \ g9[q; qqQQ 
GQQOIf? ^GQSNGQ a^v <$\Q — 3. Obla- 
tions of ghee and othei' article of offer- 
ing unto Dietiea through fire, v | a@Q 
pSfl;?? GW©I — 4. The personification! 
of sacrifice [ o — a q^ifl©9Q <q GQ9S> 

a^GQ ^qqq <@ qa%aa!«i qqicjak? m Q 

«§Q GQQ^» QGQ 6 ^9 ^3« «IG>I€IGQ qqlfcl 

§1^GQ M| a^QQS59i© a « <«• ^iq^ 9 
fl^Q* GQ?9^ — S* Name of the daughter's, 
son of SwSyambhuba Manu. Fq — 
<® %© <®\& 9G9IQQ ^S^liQrQ 9JJ ai£Tg9€f 
^Q^GQ 6 Q9IQ ®Q^GQ 019 QI9Q GWddl 
OQ«lGQ I] 9 I ^ (9. «)«- 6. 

Bishnu, 


rfv. 


g@Q^ — $. $ — Q9I3 Qia M — The ritual of offering 
Jajnakarma oblations to Deities through 
(a@«£JI~ a«iM%9) fire. 

Cf99«%— ^. 9 - $V~ A name of Bish ? u . 
Jajfia kalpa 

\m§% ae«i©i» etGQgi, atgoq, ^ta^^ a«€ro^ 
ja@fl^, q^^iq, %mQ 3 awA, 9@g«?^ at^wo, 
d^QiaQ — a©iq.a ] 

Q@QIQ— ff. 9 ( A. Q f GQ ) — 1 I ia@|Q 9IQ ai^Q«| 

JajnakSla flflq— 1. Proper time fixed for 

perfomance of Jajnas* J I aqiQiq^l 6 

Ga[4flt3l— 2,The last lunar day of every 

fortnight; the new moon and the fuU- 

tsoon day (Apte) 


3$OT9 


( 99** ) 


0tQQ9— S. 9 ( fl. 9. GQ )— G0Q CttGQ «tGQ 
Jajna kiiaka 98S9I 90 Q$l §«— A post 
^tSfsi J to, which a sacrificial 

£^J39 > Sffi^.9 victim is fastened, 

0@ ^§— 3. 9— GGQ^SJGQ <£© *l§9 $WM— 
Jajna kunda The sacrificial pit. 

39 $© — ff. 9<s. 9? 6 f]. (at+q ai§>©§. oaj— 
Jajna krut Q% SICT^IOOiq— Performing 

sacrifice, %. q— $% ^A name of 

Bishnu. 

m era -w. ^ - «@sq gw QQ99I &ae$ $a^ ^ 

Jajna ghia «|$«| — The ghee set apart for 
(*. at Q©) offering unto fire, [ gj— a@ Sa 

q$$ <3I1QQI 0«iiq— Q90Q l] 

a@Q— s. m. q?. ( at+9© ai§+©<§. a )— ^t€Q 

Jajnaghna 9la! G99I9IQ — Obstructing a sacri- 
fice, e. 9. q, — qsq — A demon. 

Aft 8fl(C)«— W. 9. (*•. actl$q,Q)— QQ 3QIQ 99 
Jajna (jimi(mbi)ri @q^Q — A kind of fig # [q» — 

«9lQ aGi tf Qlfl — 49) mXQQ. QGCt 6 <J9I© 

<alQ$s, G9fl qwaa, qio a9a qgg gsisigq 

TOl 8Q, 9IQ W, (3GQ 1] 

at OTloi, arflq, <as©q©, €f|© 9<3, at q|Q, M«pi; 
«Tot 6 al© er» *rsa 553 gsrc, $£rair, wren, |$fc 
0, $Hfi| Mtf9 G®. Gfl§> 

Q@ Q 9 — 3*. 9. (as + Q^ai^— ©IS ©Q9I+ $<§.«)- 
Jajna druha qgg— A demon. 

(at m — aoiq.9) 

flt feTQ— ST. 9. (£<S|1 ©©)— a? ©tfCQ QWI 91© — 
Jajna dhwamsa The breaking up or frustra- 
ted ©IS, at 90" — «©1%.a) tion of the sacrifi- 
cial rites. 

<a$ a©— a , 9 (?%©©)— Wj ©iq^a — 

Jajna pati Bishnu. 

(at 0^<a, at aiao— s©<i%a) 
q@ sg,— s\ 9, ( a. a. gq 91 *efl ©© )— v i Qf gq 

Jajna pasu qq 9»99l aq.— 1. A victim of a 
sacrifice; a sacrificial victim. > I GSJI^I- 
2. A horse. * | aci— 3. A goat* 

fl$ai$— Q\ 9— atG© gG£|l©«l!q 99a 91$— Various 
Jajna patra vessels required for the per- 
Qj©©, St $|§— a ©*% 9 ) formance of Jajna. 


<ateiQ'-g\ 9.— <at+ai© ai§+©<fL «)— Ga atq^ 

Jajnapaia qgg|Q(? 9iai£ QSI QGQ—One who 

'(a® ^J3Q — Slflt^a) protects a Jajna from obs- 
truction 

• 

9©qQ — G9, 9— OieQQ— A name of Jajpur. 
Jajnapura 

[€5— »^G«y Q® 0?l 9Qfle« # G©$L QtSQ 
Will G9K3< -0 GQGQ I ©9lfl3. ^^IQ©1 I] 
m €TQ— q°, S>— 9^ ©9Q ( G9«a ) ' 

Jajna phala Jajna dimiri ( See ) 

(cm? Gaia^ 0@ 9Iq— a©i%a) 

Q@ 9Q@— 9°. 9. (^. 9. GQ)— Q«/— A name of 
Jajna baraha Bishnu. [q — aq^GQ oq© ss 

Sfl, W^9q9 S^QIQ 9GQ e>9 S'SIQ^ «1I«I- 

qiflglfll© ^O S9IQ?|Q— 9. «1 
m QQ— %\ Q— 9© Q634; aiftQQl €J9QP 901— 
Jajna bajka Name of an ancient sage. 

<a@ otf(i)— ^- 9. ( a; a. go )— ctw ««i— The 

Jajna balli( Hi) moon plant; Asclepias Acid a, 
(a* «W— a©s%a) 

0@ <5I$— 9°. «— a@ ©AGfi) 5^1©© 6 O^QCIGQ GQ^© 
Jajna bata ©Q— The site selected and enclos- 
ed for the performance of a sacrifice 

(Apte) 

(a« $9, aw®# aggio. a* q*^iq, a* ««©— 

0«9I9— «• 9-— (a«+99 fcilSL+94i- «)~ G WW 
Jajnabaha 9^5 — A performer of sacrifice. 

(a$©Q — aoiq.9) 
at oi@— ^°.^.— (9^«©; a@ «6§ Qi$aWQ)— ag — 

Jajna bahu Fire. 

fl@$«— a-. ^ # — «. ! Q$$9 (§!- el.)— 1 - Tne banian 
jajna biuksha tree, 3 | Q©G© ap A — 

2. Flacourtia Ramontchi (plant). 

a @GQ<a-*- 9— («. a. «D- Gasj e9« rsgq at 

jajna bedi Qgai<— The sacrificial altar. 
(at G90QI — aOiq3) 
Qtqa— st. 9— <■ 1 (J»%te©)— atQ «°€t, awi qq oq 

JajSa bhSga GQ^©!^ 0«Bai<l— l' m A share in 

the sacrificial offering. 1 | (9^9) — 

GG^ C99QI^Q«Q ^« 91 tfl^Q «9© ^0 

[a€J| — QQ ]— 2, A Deity to whom a share 

of the"sacrificial oblations is offered. 

«re— «r. 9— wtte© )— I I S9- 1 * Sib«. ^ iqsw 

j a j55ri " 2, A demon. 


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( 9P*± ) 


*%* 


0t a^g— sr ? 9.~(<a. a. cq)— G3Q agaSQ at Q«Qi4- 

Jajna mandapa A n open pavillton .where a 

sacrifice is performed. 

OSQfl— *. S (fl. 0. GQ. )— saw CW— . 

Jajnarasa The Juice of the Soma plant. 

e@g»— sr. 9— oasi ( 9. a )— 

JajnarSja The moon. L 

Jajnasala A hall of sacrifice. 

(g^gQG, QftflQQ, a«aiQ— aw^qa) 
GMfito— *• W 5! ( 995I9 ) -69 WQ 9^ «SQ— 

Jajnaslla Habituated to perforin sacrifices. 
$. 9— 9IS}3l — A Brahmana* 

Jajnasesha Q9g9l Q§Q£j— The remains of a 

sacrifice ( Apte ), 

a@g9«— tf. 9 (9§9Q©)— 9^2«G9 S369Q flQWM 

Jajnasadab — ^ number of people assembled 

at a sacrifice ( Apte ) # 

fiWTO-t. • ( 9$ 00)— a« ©36$ awwq 

JajnasambhSra 9§C!e1 — Materials necessary 

for a sacrifice. 

jajnasadhana L A protector of sacrifices 

5 I 3g — % Bishnu. 

Jajnasara Tig tree. 

ate©—*. 9 (a. a. g« )--w«aw; giijs, w^l 

. Jajna sUtra 6 GSttftQ 9© G99I Qfl^%W6Q 

<Wfl9l aQQI — The sacred thread worn 
by the twice-born castes since their 

initiation, 

Qt6fl«— * 9— ^ I Q*® W; G<?feKa^ SOI— 1- The 
Jajnasena father of Dra&p&du f I ^ 

( 9* *. )— 2 - Bishnu: « I 9IP99CS3— 
3, Name of a demon. 

<a«Gr— 3. 9 ( £%! ©Q )— <t I 9TO 39^9 91 **9€NQ 
Jajfifcnga o"^-*— 1. The essential part of 

sacrificial ceremony. 5 r £)$ S>8€* (fl$) 
( €9« )— 2. Jajna dimiri (tree) ( See ) 
fi | (JQQ ; $sp— *B. The catechu tree. 
•V . I 5H*filW- flfi-^* Saponanthus 
Indica. * i fiTOW^S. The Soma 
creeper* 9 I 9§ — 6, A name of Bishnu. 


~(f q^.^ Bishnu. 
Jaj aStoia (jg^ao — «GH%Sl) 
GW9— a\ 9 (S$+«W)— * I 9QI«CIQ— 1. The 
J.^jnika Butea FrofTdosa tree. ) | glQQqSt— * 

2. The 3rd cycle or age of the Hindus- 

* i a® a gsi9% gig %? ( ». a, ) — 

3. A son begotten as the result of a 

sacrifice^ 

<a@q— *•. m ( 0*4-901^ q^ )— v i a^ «w,rtq— 

Jajniya 1, Sacrificial ( Apte ). j \ a^ — 
2. Holy ( Apte ). *> \ 8£«,-3. Adorablt 
( *pte ). v i q$*i|©i— 4. Pioasg devoue 
( Apte ). q\ Q — ^ | €9991^1. A god;. 
Deity (Apte). $ I fllQqqfl— 2. The 
3rd or DwSpara Juga # 

flfiflq— *. 93 ( 9^+flH^iea €jq )— M W «wflq— 

Jajniya 1. Sacrificial, j | Q^ 99^ ( G93 ) 

2. Jajna dimiri ( See ) g. $— ©3q «fi 

( 9. a. )— Kg tre e ^ 

0S@€1 — e. P— W t — Bishnu. 
Jajnesa (GG^^Q — «H%.8) 

fije@^)qQ -*. «— «^ q3q ( e<?« ) 

Jajnodu(du)uibara Jajna dimiri ( See ) 
<36ffl€W3©-tf. © ( 9. a. G3; a^iq «\o Qa^©)— 
Jajnopabita 3^^ (GQ*l) — Jajnasatra ( See y 

«Wia«Wi— ^. 9. a* ( ae^aqi^+QQ ^qi. ^v ) — 

Jajnopabitt 9QOi&jiqj 9la^l — A BrShmana 

wearing the sacred thread. 

Jajwa f Adorable ( Apte ). 

S* ^ ( +Q9. 9 )— * I a^Qiotf— 1. 
Worshipping ( Apte ). > \ Q% — 2. A 

sacrifice ( Apte ). 

rajjwanam pati The moon. 

0^1— <J. 9. a^° (9© a|^+«(|. wj ^1.^9] — 
jajwa ^iai^Q> WQWiwofliGQ ai«9g[ c — 

[Q^qj — ojj 1. A performer of Jajna according 
to the vedic rules. 9 \ [$j$> + QQ % ] 
a ©I— 2. Worshipping (Apte). v J [ +. 
«*9M 9C]Q^— 3. A sacrifice (ApteJ- 
v I ( + «(|.9Q)'— 91 a — 4, Bishnu (Apte). 
S. W. 9/— « 1 a^©!^ — !• Sacrificing^ 
5 i a©tQ|ej— 2. Woeshippiog. 


•^ 


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36* 


*a©i— s. 93 ( ao ai%+e«f. a )- aoo o&oi coia* 

Jajya ■ — Fit to be sacrificed. j | eOQ&[ — 

2. Adorable 
«W— S.W (a© »%+«$. q.)—«. I aiffO; eOTqi 
Jajya — 1, Pious; devout ( Apte ). > | 
SOIQlg — 2. Worshipping ( Apte ). 
9— *. 1 Q»€99| 9!jjg$l (§. €! )— 1. A 
Brahmana studying the Jajurbeda 
5 I QOJWtf B€Q§© — 2. A priest 
familiar with the Jajurbeda ( Apte ). 
* I a»9IO ( g. €1 )— 3. A perfomer ° f 

Sacrifices, 

flft(£)Q(Q, Q) (Q9il9)— 69. 9— OSQ QOiie (G9<S) 
Janja(nji)ra(ra, ri^ (etc) Janjira etc ( See ) 

do— s. wifl ( s. «K?» eqi. eo. ©v )— ea 5 

Jat 03Q ; 0191— Which; what. [ Q — <^J 

«Qh W QGCT q§ G9IQ <fcl 0i9$Q $«, 

aai— a©©$©, gooiq I 39IQ S9Gai«1 ao 

£© = ©I9I ? eg i ] 

AS! — 69. 9 ( s. a© )— qctIoq on* 9Gas— 

Jat A sort of beating time in music. 

**$ ( ai$) - s°— * i go^i! «c»i; a$ o^oi — l. To 

Jat (root) try; to endeavour* to strive 

after ^ 5 1 siq§ GWI— 2„ To resolve. 

m I aiOOl €091, QOQl^O 0Q9I— 8. To 

- ^ afflict, v 1 g*gi|Q OQQi— 4.. To beat; to 

assault. * 1 «€Q€I OQQ>|— 5- To order. 

9 I 9'€)9 0Q9I— 6. To collect. 9 \ erffl 

Q€iQI — 7_ To make, r | &QIQS 0Q9r~ 

8. To prevent, e I 3960190 9Q9I— 

9. To remove %.• I €0^Q 0991 — 10^ 

To return. <a | QQQ 0§9l — II. To 

barter or exchange. e^ ! GQW OQ9 

—12- To purify. *w 1 QQfjg ©Q91— 

13. To labour «v j stoical OQ9I — 

14* To long for. W I Qg^O 6991— 

15, To be anxious for. K? t 4192)10 

6991 — 16, To be watchful; to be 

cautions, 

3§©o— si69 (wvaso) *• w (*- a$ 6%e)— <i6<s 

Jat-kat 606«i a§ ©f£L_Here and there; 

anywhere. [ OT— 6Q 30O© $$G2 ' ] 

flOQi©- *. 9- G«$ 9*J— 

Jat-kSla Which time .J 


Jat-innoait 1* Very little in quantity. 

9 I 21$ Sl? — ^ ^ er 7 negligible. 
fl©$S — tf- 9 — G9€}9«1— 

Jat-kshana Which moment. 

a©96Q01Sf— 3. 9« C 3^=31^ OI^+ QQI=»e^ + 

Jat-paronasti Oi§=Ql9* )-- ai9lO|££ OQ 

2IQ OI§f; «0i$ — Very much {literally, 

beyond which not ). [ gat -p* qq. 

QGnioig smv 0%8g I ] 
a©gaq-~*. 9— 69Q* assj — 

Jat-samaya Which time. 

C1090l€llO — £• «- 31910!%— From whom. 59,21 — 

Jat-sUasat €SQ QlQtf%— From which cause; 

^\mi?Q an^%K4i| ^f on account of which. 

CIO WHO*!-' e. 9«— ^ I «© OTKM— 1. Very slight^ 

Jat-sam5nya J \ StQ 60^-^2. Very little. 

* loa^l-3. Insignificant. 

Jat-sayamgTuha q^nl 99 9I<J, GQOISQ GO Q69 

—One who stops at a place on the road 
where evening overtakes him. 

09--9I. 9. (^. a©)-S]© <€9«)-Care (see). ^- 
Jata 5^} ai^f gQQ — GracefaL 

^g 5 ^ (aeti— c^ ao os ^^sq Gsa\m< giqs i) 
^rg^r «. 9$. (aq v ai^+o^. ©)— 1 1 qao. 

99 — 1. Tied* 'bound. -> I ©$}«; ©^O- 
2. Restrained^ controlled; regulated. 

* I 8Q§9— 3. Limited; moderate (Apte) 

* I aiSO; 0€l^«Kao— 4. Governed; con- 

tiolled. g. 9. (a^ai%f qo. o)— saa— 

Restraint; control. [Q— QO SO QSjl 

^aig ^Qi a^fliQ^ ai^t w ^019 eo*iio ^i^ 
aiao 1 aiol— flq%«^. oloi i] s. 9— aQ W 

a© ©IOO — Goading an elephant by the 

rider's feet 

001 — S. a ( ac+©<a )— t I eae^St— 1- Whereas- 

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gqgj^— 8, From whioh time forward, 

ever since. 

a© ? €>§— s. w. 0! (9§91§; a©+©G} ) — ea aaaiQ 

Jata chitta ©Q^fla© 91 9dl$9 «Q«S — One 
3© 9I©9 — BOnOO. w ^° nas controlled his mind 
3© ©§l I oi or feelings; subdued in 

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jata chetafc ^©)— Q9GQ (69«) — Tata chitta 

•.«i90— 9. 9. ( a© ai$+qQ- «© )— «i gso^i* 

Jatana £}GQ iQj QQ^i— 1- Endeavour; effort 
TF5* -> I QQSfl — 2. Exertion; labour, « ! 8©. 
■ OTPl ga© — 3. Care. ($"-«e1§£j_ q9 G©G© 

^^f^ ©ail si^gg 39 9$ «© a©6© s©i$6Q i 
••^*l|pr 99Q&V qcrl© I) w i gi9ai©©i; §8«q— 

4. Caution. SO. "Q— 90i£j, £?©Q — Means, 

* (§— oQovqgl ©3©i a©© ^ © et^ 

1. Beautiful- graceful, (gj— Q?i9 aqaQ 

691$ a©©— qai©ia. goq$9 i >v i q©©— 

2, Symmetrical, (Q^»2lSsg> QG©, 69IQg 
69 a©© I $S?V fl^iqo©. g^ I ) 

13991(69)091— €<?. ^— ac> aw Q3Qr } aiQ©9i— 

Jatan5(ne)iba To preserve with care, 
aOGiq— tf. 9<l. ( a© tf^+9$. a^q )— GOf©^— 
Jataniya To be endeavoured;worth trying* 

triable- 

3991©— «T. 9S. V 6. *] (J9$9i§ )— * I 9IQHGQ «QA 
jatabak a99fl,99l*31 — V Restraining one's 

speech. ? l GflfolWlJ — 2. Reticent; ob- 
serving silence j 

0© §9-3, 9S. Q°. ( 999lfi )— 1 I 995©— 1- Per. 
Jata brata severing^ observing vows. J \ 

(99391— *1) aais^a ©©s g3§§© defect 

Q©— 2. Firm in the observance of daily 

rites. 

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. Jatama ©9tJ— -091Q5 a&§. Ga§jf— Who or which 
&©9i— $) one of all these. 

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Ja^amlna 9Qfl9l— Trying; endeavouring. 


A9€«a9— *. 9<a. q? ( a© +€389, ©§§1§ ) — 

Jata mggthttna £ 1 S£>9|q9fl«1 — 1. Averse o r 
(a© €ste©|— 3,1) disinclined to sexual inter- 
course, j\ q^9ia q$|,G9 $r9© — 2, Abstemious 

in eexual intercourse. 

Q9Q— * W. VGaQ^+SP «WW <39Q W^QtflierfoQ) 

Jatara < ^99 9y% 6aQf — Who or which of 

(9©q — q)) the two. 

<3©Q 09Q— G9. n — «« 9« ( GOO ) 

Jatara katara Jatra katra ( See ) 

QIG9. (aqRQQ) 9 " Wiq9 ^Hesitation . 
39Q 99Q 9Q9I — g£9. («n39). 3 -§411 ©Q9I-^ 

Jatara katara kariba To hesitate. 

CI9Q 99Q— 9IG9 # (^^g_Q)«— a« ©« (Q9«) 
Jatara tatara Jatra tatra ( See ) 

giGQ. ( Qd^LQ ) 3." 9^1— $at ©Q61— 

Hesitancy, 

39398—*. «. (Q©8 +©©«)— ^ I 63 C9?«9 31©% - 

Jatastata^ 1. From which place soever. 

from aDy quarter whatever. y \ ©a 

G©7^§ 9*19 OI%— 2. From any person 

whatever. ** I GS G©l«l9 gl©GQ — 

3. Anywheresoever. * J g^ 99G9; 

^Qtf69— 4 On all sides. + ! 6a G9?«l8 

^QGQ— 5. In any direction, 

fl9Kg-tf. 9«. C (a©+«J©9 jai9icr; 99^19; 

JatatmB wi. ^9)~a99Q] ( €93 ) — Jata 

chitta (See) 

«9»IQ— ff..- 9d. Q" (a©+a9!9, 9?9l9)— ©^9©- 

Jatahara €Q« ; ^ipoi 9^^jCQ 3 # a©-Abstemiouai 

(a©GQ»Q— a©1%9) J temperate or 

(S©l<3>iq, a©G^9©!— H) moderate in eating. 

a©— *. 9. [a© ai^-=(saig qiq ) a^ 9Q9l+9<$. -Q] 

Jati — ^ I Qfll; ©G©©$ 919 3 99fl5 J9— 1. A 
sage, an ascatic; one who has controlled 
his passions. > | *g|QQ^€fl q^lQl; ©**ld1- 
Gaicfl— 2. An anchorite who has re- 
nounced the world; a recluse. [Q — d©- 
« # §©IQ ^ S&iiq6Q a© a* 9§© e9IQ«g i 
ae«— «b»«, q©% «6§^ teH^S©^ 
9§©o f i 6 «9©ja (©iia^) <1Q * cait *aa> . 
Q191Q «@ g« aal 9i a© 1 1 * 1 _ 9§- 
^—3. A person observing continence 


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.*■ ■ v I QS; 9©$i$Q— 4, An itinerant men<U- 
cant.*" * | ( gg; ai^+qQ. ) «W«— 
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controlling; checking: j | (Qfl ai§_+ 
tt^ftQ^i. Q) QGQ 91 6g!<?Q <WGQ©91Q ©fllfl 
jl©; 9IO ©GB9 — T. A atop or rest? a 
pause in poetry or metre ; toe caesura;, a 
harmonious pause which takes place 
during the recitatioa of a versew 
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QIQ6Q * asQ aSQ QQQtQ^ SGQ > »SQ 9GQ 
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eqje— oq— erceq^ 

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r | $ asn— 8. A widow, n | Wtf»$— - 
9. Sellable. t©| «©^-*l©. Experience 
conception . i* I 0© ©ft© ©]©. 4?atl 
QlftQ QQiq^Q— 11* Name of a musicai 
measure. [ q^^qjq $m q°$m **6 
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aSQ J* Q> © ©i© OTflM I] O I ©^IQTQ 
4© q4} <q€l9©) (Q. €».) — 12. Name of a 
son of BrahmS. v*» | ©<£$Q> 49 q# 
(A9iq9©) fe. €)]— 13. Name of a prince, 
son of "King Nahflsha. 

•aeeQi - s. 9*— (a© . ai§* ©tf. 69i) '— g©9^— 

Jatltabya Triable-, fit to be endeavoured for : 


<»-©$— G9. 9.— 9IO ©Q©| QflqGQ QQI93IQ 9G89- 
Jati chihna cq© ©9IQ fQflia 9«»9§© ©& 

(aeii aa_©© ©i©$© ©aiQ c$9G©ieq© (;) 
w«*^' <0 6 agesQ (.) ^r d)* 
ggqo^ 99 (?); qenwow 0); Q^io ©5J 

(" *); 919 ©iS (-); 9901 ©9 ( ) {} [ ] 

Q&Qa ^q (>). qqi$q<3 ©^ ■ (._ ) Q\ 

d — )— Signs of stops used in writing, as 

comma, full stop, semicolon etc 

Jatita 0|Q«f— ^Attempted; striven after. 

g©9— (j, 9.— (ao+qQ«j)-« i «W arf, qp 9i 

Jatitwa q4 — 1. The conduct, state or ;act of 
a Jati. > I 5§Q3^— 2. Continence* 

a©Mflr— ^. «-0QQ ^^ ©^flSttO — The rules to be 
Jati dharma observed by an ascetic, 

[9 — «« ©qo^p© Mi— Ql^aiQ^ aiQ 

peqa qi 5goc\ 90©, qa«, gqoo q«i 
acoiGQ gwnqjfl* eq^8* yl ^ a @*^i> 
©GQ c «i, ©i^ij «oi«s » fli©tQfli©> w §w 
6 a1e©|HQeq g«»i© 9% ' ( fl ^?9®i ^ 

AMI-^.^.tf— (Q^»l%fQ^+^ ^-11W|H- 
jatint 1, A widow (Apte) ^ I fl<W8cj— 

2. A female recluse! 

a® a^9i -gq. 9.— vi sons* gioessssQ ^©iQeiq 

" Jati padiba e^g QfQl— 1, The happening o 

pauses in a poem, j \ (QQ$ia) ^Q ©«fi? 

flQQ €^» 91 ^Qs— Agreement between 

two persons, 

Jati p»ta Q&Q Gdcf OiGQ W« ?®^ . 9fiW 
QQQiq^o<— The pauses made at inter- 
vals-while singing or reciting a poem, 

CJSQIO GW«— ^. 9— 9GQI6Q^ SGQfl; fiGQI9«? 
JatipSta dosha QQ91SQ SWJISQQI ©%>ISQ GQI4. 

(sa© «cr 691$, sa©G9i<a— «o«»%a* ^i Qi4^q 
3«GQ ^ 6 5^ g»G^ ^<3 ^q gc^ici Gaitf 

©^ gi©GQ QQai© © G9QI %8 60©1G9I§- 

A defect in tbe composition of a poem 

whicb consists in the pauses not being 

properly punctuated* 


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0© 0QQ— 3\ O— SlflQ $C€f3 — 
Jati Jamaka J A kind of alliteration. 

[Q— $QQq Qai4R$«l $Q®£| 6Gtf, !<?«£[- 
G«l^ q9Q^ GQQ arfl I «— GgsiflM I ] 
as—*. ?. a° (ao ai%+e$Q^ )— 

Jati ^ | @£Q§) q fl€> — 1- A sage of subdued 
passions. j \ g^llgl — 2* An ascetic, 

qsiq,— «. §. ( ?a1 a©^ oq+qq, )— gap— a8 
Jati ndra Chief amongst anchorites. 

(<asis, swag- tasw^a) 

Jatuka Cassia Tora (tree). 

<aee§q-?. m. *t (9$^ a©+»,q)— ©a Qasj- 

Jatendriya SJIQQ $SI© ©Q«S — One who has 
(SGQ© £J| - 3,1) subdued his passions. 

QGJIQfl— e. Q— G€l^ Q|Q$|— Which cause. 
Jatkarana 

Jatkaranaru 1, Wherefore, ? | 6gg^ — 

2 Because. 

06©i« 98«©qt— *• g^op-aiQiff gisfl 4991 e^- 

JatodharmmastatojayaK QQ ^QGQ— Victory 

follows righteousness. 

<a$-3°. 3«i. aj (a^ai^+o^.Q)— «. 1 qq%\ q^i ; 
Jatta gg§ 989— 1. Exerting (Apte). j 1 gg- 
(a^-ffl) G9$g9l— 2. Taking care (Apt©). 
* I 9g©j Q9i©— 3. Prepared; ready 
(Apte). v 1 $q q.q^ QQ»g— 4, Resolved 
(Apte). ki ( + <^.©)gi9i 3 q ^ q 
saiQ5IS-5 t Cared for;attended fco(Apte). 

<a$— a*, e (a©ai^+q9. 9)— <.i 6 ©%i; $G9ii« ; 

Jatna g^g — 1. Endeavour; effort; care, j , 
QQiOj QQflfl— 2. Exertion. * ; ay^giq — 
3. Perseverance; diligence. v | sK?q. 
S69IG9I3— *. Careful attention; fond- 
ness. + I ro^Ol; *l9ai9©| — 5. Watch- 
fohiessj vigilance. $> \ ag^— 6. Zeal, 
91 9^1 ^(telCJ— 7. Taking pains or trouble. 

■Wb 1* 1. Taking care of a siok person, 
J * §©$(— 2. Medircal treatment. #> 1 
96TI*©~ & Looking after a riling, 

* I Q8iq — 4i, Means. 


Cl$ QQ3M - G9. $— QQ^fl QQ9I; GMI GQ9I— 
Jatna kariba" To try- to endeavour, [aeil — 

*JWfl, SPRR^5fT 9g QGQ Qg 9GS>— ©CI 1} 

0<g©8 — S. £ 9€ (ag+©«) — * I 9699 9g 9Q— 
Jatnatafc 1, Carefully. s | Q£ G9%l 9Q — 
(99 aVQ, 3g 9QO, 1 2. With much effort, • I 
ag a9QIGQ— aonqjui" «QQ cgPQ-With fondness. 

0$ GO 31 —GO. $ — ^ I ©§ GWIj G9W9Q,, 9Q9I — 

Jatna neba 1. To take care of. 9 \ q^ Q§9I — 

qOTeal; qs£ta! 2 To attend to, * | qg|Q^ 

9Q9I — 3,To have a fond eye on 

d§ai«©— s. w. ( «^i ©o )— ag g§o ai©$ G9IQ 

Jatna palita ^Ql-— Brought up with care. 

a^QSn— d. 9 ( *£JI ©^ ) - 0QD5) 91 G0419IQ tl 10 '" 
Jatna labhya Attainable with great effort. 

Jatnaban 1. Endeavouring^ diligent, y I 
(agefo— «Cfc%a) a 9^ q§— 2 - Eager. m ( 

(9gQSl, ag€f|QI— ql) «Wiql*-3. Persevering. 
0§ G9IQ— OT. 9. §61— €^fl%Ga— Well. [ Q — 
Jatna hoi gg €$IQ GaGOG^Gid ^Q q^SQ I 

a^i6Qa— «. 9 ( wnow)— «i«i w owi qicT 

Jatnakshepa GO«||t e^aiQQQI 9G^ Qq9^ 

_ag^ — ( in rhetoric ) An objection 

raised even though there is an 

attempt to stop it ( Aptej^ 

06*3 $6^ dQ G> 3«flG gOI«© GOIGt— *^Q Q^OO^ 
Jatne k^ute Jadi na sidhyati kotra doshafc 

©iaS o G«G9 tiB<iiq gqi^ <aea oi@-One 

is not to blame for failure if one has 
striken one's utmost for it. 

q$—V. a— ( a^+aiQfclQQ* * )— ^ I Ga^Ol€€l> Q^ 
Jatra —1. Where^ whither. > | ©aq 
Q^flGQ""-- ^ a which matter* in which 
subject. [ Q— <39IQ 3GS3I6J1 W 0« i ] 

<a^ aq 9« ©Hq— gq. aw (— ea^'oiM «^ gq§- 

Jiitra aya tatra byaya OIGQ9* 9^ ) — GG©» 

asf sira^wra) *% eq«© 9^ 699i a«e§ o S9o«v 

?I5f^l€(«rOT) gqgQ<l — Anyhow making 

both ends meet; whatever one gets> one 
y® sift ^ra ^t spends- 

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<a$ ©t— G9. a ( *. afl+%9 )— v i sen ©ei*Q ; saw 

Jatra katra GQff flQIGQ£; a© Q%G© — Anyhowj 

.OTRtfSSR somehow or other; with great 

3njf rlttf difficulty. ^ | GS^OIG© ©91 

G90IGQ— 2. At any place whatsoever. 

OT!%&— e. a — t I GS G©fo§ gsqG©— 1. Wheresc- 

Jatra kutra everj in whatever place, s I 

G£) C9fei§ gfl^GQ— 2. Whenspever 

(Apte). w | <o(GQ 6 G90IGQ— 3. 

Hither and thither ( Apte ). 

$*©$—**. 9. S«n— GQ GofeiSoiG©; GQ^OIGQ Q§l 

Jatra tatra eaoiGQ/aai ©81; ttgplGQ— At any 

place whatever] anywhere and every- 
where. 

<a^©1-9°. Q61 ( 9«+©M )— V I GQQ glQQ — 1. Of 

Jatratya which place. J \ G&GfsiOQ agQIfll 

— 2. Dwelling in which place. 

<a$ <a$— s. si ( g$+g$ )— gs^* gqq" qiqgq— 

Jatra jatra Wherever; at whichever place.. 

<a« aiq - ft©$q8— *. £9qq— ©i»g©; auf si© eaqT 

Tatra sayam pratisrayafc QIGQ 94NI $« 6SOIGO 
93ISI ©Q9I "W— (a proverb) The practice 
of halt ing in the journey wherever 
evening overtakes a person. 

«£— a. $-a©QaGQ 6 q©i© ©go qw cigQieiQ 

Jatru s)g ( Q. a. )— The circular bobe 

above the breast and below the throat. 

fiifi©:«io— 9. a ( s. ao+Qoiaio )— awiioi^— 

jatsakasSt From whom. 

flfloi— sr * . «<si ( a^qo; siorqoi )— saiae©.- 

Jatsatya Truly; fpresopth (Apte). 

«ia' ©a°— e©. $ . 9« ( g*. sea edk>)— 

fatham katharix jaeil WSJt O ( G©« ) 

i^T (W=r csapj j a tha kathanchit ( See ) 

<aai— q». a (a«j+9Qiq6efai)— i i Gg$ qqiq^ 

Jatha GSQ SQ, g|<ja— 1. As ; like; in which 
manner. [ Q— <HQ OGaS© fl^QQ a© 
©a» !'] 9 | QasfogqfiB— 8. In the above 
manner. • | gjQl^Qg] ^Q — 3. Nairely; 
as for example^ e. g| viz. v | ( a$t| s© 
s€V a9<K[Iq9 qfllQGQ qg)— aoaiTO — 
*. According to. ( aai— aG6lgl> QGCI^ ) 
i +1 aQ$g q ©Q-5. Not exceeding, f gal 

— aarag, earn* i ) g©. e— ©ai (eoo) 

(See) 


<aai q$— s°. $• 96i— €j©© €^a©gi6Q— 

Jatha xutu According to the right season. 

<aai ©e^— ?.-$. ea— (Qai-f-Qa 8 +€>©)— « i Ga— 

Jatha kathanchit G©fa§ Q©IGQ — 1. Anyhow, 

(geil oa° — as>«»G£9) somehow or other, j 1 

©Gq «e% a© ©^GQ— 2. With great 

difficulty^ 

<aai©ai— e©. 3. m— (*. aai ©a*)— *iaai ©ai^ 

Jatha" kathg (CQfll)— Jatha kathanchit (Seef 

(aaG©©), oai G©an~g!fl%9) 

> I (a. aai «g©)©Q9i a©QiGQ>©aifl©i9© 

2. According to what was told. [© — 

sen <?ai ©Q ©i^e^ii^ gr^i %»© ©id© 
«* I Oft. q©tin©cii] «• q.-gsg©- 

^Q^©G©G©-As much as (Apte), 

aai ©g©— q°. S.W— K\ Q§Q1 3G>giGQ— I. As it is 

Jatha kathita or was spoken or stated, j \ q|9| 

G©IQ QiQa©— 2. What is told; as alleged. 

flai ©§©**— q° a, - ©aae* ©q^i q©© - - 

Jatha karttabya As ought to be doffe. 

§.— ©Q^ ©#— An act which 'ought to 
be done: proper action 5 what isi right 

'to be done, 
flai ©d— *>. 5". w — ^ i «©Q ©^V» ©if acsiGQ— - 

Jatha karma 1. According to one*s duties 
(Apte). 5 I G©€l, ©!Oj al^ 91 8981 
eiQQIGQ— 2. According to the circum- 

stances (Apte) 

qqi 96d—g. 5. m.— («•. salsa)— aai «6fl (gq«) 

jaths karme Jathskrame (See) 

.aaiofi*— «. «. w-^(aai + ©s)— ?; i ©^© g«$9i 

jatha kalpa s©IGQ— 1. As designed. >\ ©ag 
(gai ©*S>— a©iqfl) ac^GQ— 2. According to 

rules. 

s aai ©IP— w- 5** •«— v i ©©Q Qgi aoaiG©. aaai— 

_ ■ '■ _ * 

jathS kama 1. Arbitrarily; according to one^a 

pleasure. 

0ai©iffl(Q)— a*, ea. v.— ( aai+Qiq+o^i ^ yi^ 

JathS kSmi(ri) +qc> )— aee^l^j G$9l€lq— 

Qai ©|9q,1 ^^ - Arbitrary^ wilful; following 

. saBWtiflj. one^s free will 


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jatha kala os£jG©; $aqg W^G©; ©$}© 

39£1G©— Id due course of time; at the 

proper time. q*. ©— ©€q$ 90£[ — 

Proper time. 

aai ©is©— g©. *\ ©«— aai op (g©<si) 

Jatha kale JathS kala (See) 

(aai qiqgq— sj^qa) 
aai^ee ©«&©ai«Q*|t— sr. g©o©,6fli©iHi)--Gfl6a© 

Jatha kule jaoma tatha garish^hah a© 

(Q©)«5l«gq®^ $«, eg gs©q© fl^ ©I 
09 KJ ©4 — A man is as noble as the 
family in which he is born 
0211 %©—*. $. ©tf— $%© 69IQQ9I aOSUGQ— 
jatha k?uta As agreed upon (Apte) 

ff.'Qtfl — <g© siotig© ©q aiQ^©!— Done 

according to rule or custom; customary 

(Apte). 

ciai $a— *.§.M. («©iq1©© w, $oqs©©o © ©q)- 
Jatha krama $g BSJ^ICQi 3fll©q§Q; ©SHGgsa — 
In proper seqence; respectively^ suc- 
cessively; in regular order. 

<aa $G9— G©. 5. 93. (*. aa»si)— aaiso~( g©$ ) 

JathS krame JathS krama (See) 

©ai ©a— sr. ©\ 9<a i«©i3lq©)— * 1 «§"«©«©— 

jatha kshama 1. According to one's power 
or capacity, y \ GQG© §>Q Qq,V — 2- As 

far as possible. 

©ai Q9— a\ s. m. («©«q1q© am* saea-fsicia)— 

JathS gata e \ GQQ %GQ £$sg © 91 «KJO — 
1. As it came, J | (saai+Ci©) GQQ %G9 
GO 91 S§©— 2. As it went. * 1 CSQ QGQ 
a<319— 3. As it passed, * | (gai+SI©©) 

ea$ 9iG* *»§ga gs© ©igs— 4. in the 

same way as one had come. fl rf $61 — 
©GW> a «— Foolish; stupid (Apte). 

0ai6i«-<a\ 3. ©*. (*^1 »?« aai+«w)-*ra 91 

Jathagama 9!©#€t© ^Q 91 qMS**il©l «QflNG© 

— According to tradition; as handed 

down from generation to generation 

(Apte), 

0a ,qQ_qo. 3. qo ( aw$QQj aai+aqQ )— uqsi 

jathSohpra -91 W SS^IG©— As customary^ as 

usual (Apte). 


aai ©»-^vm. ( sai—eaaQ+eiQ— qg^so )— 

Jatha jata t. | aq©*- ©$>© — 1. Barbarian; un- 
civilised. > \ Wi— 2 - w iM. • I <3I©; 
©99; ©O— 3. Inferiori low; mean, v 
flfif— 4, Ignorant. * ( ©sqiu —5. Foolish; 

stupid. 

Ml »•—«•.£• ©fl— 91© 91 9$ fflQ^IGQ— Accord- 
jathS jSti ing to the caste or sect. 

Qai SO— 9\ $ . M. ( «©iqlQ© )— QQflGQ; GOWl- 
JathS jfiSna QQIGQ — T o the extent of one's 
knowledge; to the best of one's judg- 
ment or knowledge 

©at G©19— 9°. \ W. ( «9^1^9 )— t I G©1S©I Q' 

JathS jyesh^ha ©aq© Sl^©1 a©aiGQ— 1- Accord. 

ing to seniority (Apte). 9 I 99S1 9| 

qg^lQI «oaiGQ— 2. According to rank 

(Apte). 

«ai ©a— «r. q— ^ito?^j ffld© qqot— i- An - 

Jatha tatha cient history. > | G«!€l9 Q$£|Q 
909 Q^© QQQ^i— 2. A narrative o r 
particulars or details of any thing; a 
detailed or minute account. Qg) — gaiei; 
S^O— Actual| true, exact) accurate. 
$. W— GflSfQQ Of^CI; CTBB©— 1. As 
it happened} exactly, precisely 7 \ Q©© 

%G9— 2. Properly; fitly. 6©. 3. ©SI. (3°. 
aai oai ) - GSG>G©tt ©Ol©©— Anyhow. 

©at©ai— a*. ©. ©«-.— t f ca^oiGQ q©i g^oigq 

JathS tathS : 1 . Wheresoever, anywhere. 3 | 

SIOIglO^qQ © ©Q— 2. Without the 

least consideration of the proper place 

' or situation 5 irrespective of the place. 

* I (3GQS© «© $£J%G€! ©!©5G© Slflg,— « 

aa, q§iQ oai gr9«) eatf a©- gqqqq— 

3. AsX Xso. G©. 9. 9^1— Gfl G©l^9 

q©igq— Any how, (aai- ©©wi© aai©a' 

G9IP«Q I) 

031 ©^^-e. ©. ©« (®9iqlQ9)— 0©G9la G99I a©u 
Jatha trupti QlGQ^ ©©Q *G$l<a ©CJ9I S9IG©— 
To the heart's content (Apte). 

©ai ©«©—«•. 9. 9<a («© | tcp©9)— g©S©i g©iGQ— 
JathS darsana According to observation; 
as one had observed or seen a thing. 


3ai9Q 


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QQI 9^(«)— *. *\ W. (a^1q«?)— % WGQ; *£ 
JathS dik(sa) ag^»— In all directions (Apte). 

<aa^— s. 96?, 9« ( aai-H9<>4 )— sasf as 

Jatbadishta iggQs gig GQIQQQ €9§ QQIGQ; 
*IG9a «S»ai6$— As ordered; as directedj 
conforming to the orders received. 

aai 5%— s. £. m- gq9v>i q^isq— 

JathS drushta According fco what one saw, 

aai ^v -oat qqot — a. qi wa™ ansi gq3qq -owi 

Jatha diushtam tath'S kathitam Q$Q — 

I have said what I saw. 

aai 9%° mii «9© # — *. 9iOT»a— a»i 6939$ ©191 

JathS diushtam tathS likhitam SR9§t— 

I write what I saw. 

<aai 6969 ©ai C3GQ— *. Wll**— OOfllQ 6996Q 
Jatha dehe tathS de'be GQ9€t; GQQQWOIGQ 

AM 69QQQ; TOW <MW 91 WOITOIGQ 

*v. - -. — 

aa^iiQ 699 6 siq§q asjsicq 3*3 ap" 9391 

9QQIQ g^lftl— Anthropomorphism; an- 
thropometry; ascribing human form 
and attributes to the Deity- 

aai aqa— a. 93 6 S. q«— gai 9* ( eo« ) 

JathS niyama Jatha bidhi ( See ) 

<aai ®o$— *i -9. m ( «w$q9 )— a?$ ©Q% 91 

Jatha nirddishta ©QIQ© G99I TOICQ— 1. As 

prescribed or laid down. j | 9Gtf|Q 

9QISQ— 2. As mentioned or specified 

before. s. Qgl— 99 ©cT^j — Prescribed 

before; preordained 

gaiQg^ft"!)— *. **- 9a (aai + acaj^+a )— aai- 
jathanupuxba(rbya) #969— Successively; in 
regular order or succession (Apte). 

Ciai^O — *. £. 93 — <• I «099 a091€Q— 1« Aocor- 
JathanubhQfca ding fco experience* 9 \ 69*Q 
«Q$Q ^»ig — 2. By previous experience, 

Giai$Q9— 3. ?. S3 — 9^§ 6SQ G99I 99IQQ— In ex- 
JathSnurupa act conformity, exactly (Apte). 

031 ©itq— «r\ W. (a91£[1q9 ) -<* I aaidf— 1. True. 
JathS nyaya right, 9 I QflCjqcr©— 2. JuBt ? 
proper. .$. «g — MqAlQIGjCUGQ— Accor* 
ding to justice; justly; properly. 

aaqja — *• #\ 90—999$— 

Jathapura As before (Apte). 


$01 to— q\ -9". 9^1 — * I 0Q C 9Qi ajfoo— 1. As of 

Jatha purba old. > I «ld 9Q— 2, As before- 

* I aw GSTCQ Q9QQ 6*999—3. As it; 

took place in the past. * I aai W» — 

4. In due order or succession (Apte)* 

q°. w- aG9 91 aeci 5191: 09W- 
Former (Apte)t 

Ciai Bia*©— *°. *?. W— giaoi aGSIGQ— As reques- 
JathS prartbita ted; as prayed for. 

<aaiQ9l«— 9°. $\9€H — <• I QqlQ9iq fll9 QW aOQIGQ- 

Jathabakasa 1 # According to room or space 

(saaiQQQ — «IQi%9) available iApte). J I QQQgift 

9I^Q%eaie» tKjjaieQ— 2. According to occasion? 

as occasion may occur (Apte). m \ aa^jQ 

«QQI9 91 a^p9© aOqlGQ — 3 According 

to leisure (Apte). v | CJQqg HIQ6Q — 

4. In proper place (Apte). 

eiaiQQ— e.«. $$ 4 w (eai+^o)— 1 1 aaiaqea— 

Jathabat 1. Rightlyj truly. 5 I ae©»r- 

2. Correctly^ accurately* exactly. « | 

2nq9i^o^9; raci*9Q at gq c^© bosusq — 

3. In due order or succession, exactly 
as events happened. v [ gcosoGa — 

4. Properly^ duly. * | ^fl|gg|GQ— 

5. As enjoined by rules (Apte). 

gai©$— gq. m. 6S.w (ff.aai^o)— aai^o (ew) 

Jathabanta Jathabat (See), (gj—^g^ aeil^ft 

Jatbabala 1. To the best of one's strength 
or capacity, j \ €» e Q aq^l «OQfQQ — 
2, To the best of one's power. 

aai©$— *\ 3. M (avi^jlq9)— 1 1 saaiaqca— 

Jathabastu 1. Exactly? accarately. j | Q^ftl 
«^ISQ — 2. As the fact stands (Apte). 

oat^a— sr. «*• w - (*^1«!9;«ai+ wgi)— «9aiQ 

Jathabastha aff^GQ^- According, to condition 

or circumstances. 

JathSbasthita 1. Exactly as it had been. 3 | 

§Qi a©Q (9- 0)— 2. Stable* immuteable, 

« I «3*lj C© (§. a) -3. Eight, exact 


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Jathabasa qq<^ ea— Bach to his own 

dwelling (Apte). 

fiiai©U— Q\ $$1 ~63$ MIQQ— Of which kind or 

JathSbidha (aawai— *1) sort (Apte). 

Jatha bidhi t I ©^flKWI^l; W9W —1 . 

According to rules; duly; conformably to 

the precepts. y I aQtf sag 9I6Q— 

2. Legally 

aaiTOQ— a\i. $<a— $»Q skjqi awtflA w«h6Q— • 

Jathabibhaba According to one's income or 

means (Apte). 

<aeil9Q6»— q\ 3. §S|— 36319$ QI9GQ— A » i» proper; 

Jathabihita with due propriety. Q€ — 

aeai©© — Proper. 

aai$$— g°. 4\ §3— eaaa q$$jq GSQaa— Confer m- 

Jathfibrutta ably to what actually took place* 
as it happened or as it was don e . tf, ^-~ 

actual facts^ the circumstances or 

details of an event (Apte). y \ sg$ 

<3f^l^S0l— 2. A former event (Apte). 

<aai «q-«. wl 6 *\ m— t \ aeaie©— 

jatha bhaga 1. Proper^ properly. 

> I qci Ql |«l SKJSIGQ— 2. Proportionate . 
according to the shares. 

Jatha bhSba Destiny ( Apte). 
<Z1£I!§39 - S. 3. W— *«» Q&IG9IGQ— Agreeably 
Jatbabhimata 


aeiiQQi© 

aaioqi 


> > — acw%a 


to one's wish or desire. 

S. 961— aQOIS SQqiGQ 

QtQI — Happening aa 
intended or desired 

(ApteJ. 

<aai€!5©— *• ^- w~™«iq aaqp a»ai6Q — 

Jathabhiruchi According to one's taste or 

liking 

<aai€5§©0— *. o«— («w^lS[Qi aai+«Q^©o )— 

Jathabhiruchita fl6©»— Pleasant; agreeable 

(Apte). 

001 99- G9. «.-6Q$9Q ^9Q 63$ gQIGQ— 
JathSmata Exactly as it happened. 

[€$-a<p cw aoi», wi *bg«i «§9 


gai o$— s, 5. w — (aonqlq? saw)— «i*iiq $«> 

Jatha mati 91 q§ acrqieQ— According to 
one's wisdom, knowledge or senses . 

[$— qS G9JQO* aaia®, aqce ^i^wioft 

^g© Gssauq© 1] 

asiasflQ— 3. m. q? — (aaQQ) $9*0 SalGQ q«pi- 

Jathamukhinai Looking straight at 

(QaK4lQI-«|) (Apte). 

Sanaa— s\w—(aaH-aai/ eouqlqQ)— * 1 aai- 

jathajatha GaiCH — 1 As is fit, suitable, « . 
J M~t I ojpioai^l— !• A » of old. ^ 1 
GSQQOSgQ GSQSQ— 2 - As it happened. 
• I 9$©GQ G96§0Q«3 GagaQ— 3. A s it is-, 
in the actual order or form. ^ I 9fl©S> 
^Sa — 4, Fitly; properly ( A pte). * | sas|- 
$ga — 5, Respectively) in regular order 

(Apte). 

aai aai— s. 3. ^.-(aai+aai) -^ i csq ©a^ oisq- 

JathS JathS 1. At whatever places. . J | CW 
QQ 3I©6Q— 2. At different places. * j 
69Q GSIQ flQISQ"— 3. In various ways or 

manners, 

aawaicpi— «•. w.— aeaioqg; W^l awi^aqg— 

Jatha Jogya Proper; suitable 

(saatqg; iaai©aiei -«9iq.9) to each. 

, As is fit or 'suitable to each. 

aaiQa-y. w. 6 §. w. — (araaia*)— ms^gsks) 

Jatharatha ^IWl JathSratha .(See) 

jatha rlti aQQIGQ— In the customary manner, 

aai§©— «°. w 6 «. M-(»9^qo)— aacwco^ 

jatha ruchi ag^llQ G^9 *KjJM6Q— According to 

one's taste or liking, 

Jatha mpa flMIGQ— 1. According to form or 
appearance or shape (Apte). > \ Q€>© 
^gg— 2. Duly; properly; fitly (Apte). 

g ai0 <_q. # m.— (aai^o aa^acia'; aai=aai- 

Jathartha ^© + aa == ^Os a#6Q; <$%\ fi) ^ I 
9I9W; N QS®J a©" 1 — 1- True J actual: 
real. ' > I ©Jfi-2. Certain, m | (qg^ 

3. Proper; appropriate. v I CaiCh — 


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4. Fit. * I Q§© «$ W^IG©-— 5 . Conform- 
able to the true meaning or sense* 
«• W. — t I 3$©G© — 1. Truly; actually. 
> I 9©V SOI — 2. Rightly; veritably. 

* I Qaqj^a— 3. Fitl ? ; suitably ^ * | 

Q9©%G3— 4 - Properly. 

<aaia©i— q°-Q.^(aaia c +qQ. ©i)-aiaia«! 5 ©goo©i- 

Jatharthata Actuality; reality. 

«fef©1— *. 4\ M.— 1 I SSOGQ— 1 . Actually 

JatharthatSfc (Apte), > i ©|©l— 2. Virtually. 

(aaia*6Q— gwgqp) • I Qiiqoi— 3. Justly 

aaief.Qigi— 3°. w. » 6 qj— (©$« fc aaia'+QM©* 

Jathartha naina %sn <■©.)"" ©3Q ©Mg€» ©13© 

«S S6GT ©#Q [GGG ai< — One whose name 

in true to its meaning; one whose deeds 

are according to his name (Apte). 

Olief©©!— *. M, ar-TOIQKB (©i§)— Truthful 

Jathartha baktS (person); speaking tr'uthj 

(aaia'©W»— a©^) speaking plain truth* 

(saaia c ^1, aaia'QIOfl— ^1) plainspoken. 

aaia^q, aaiefewoi 1 _ fM ^ «. •. *- 
aeia ©§©i, aaiafara ' SQiWaQiy 

A truthful person. 
Jathartha(rba) barrjna A spy (Apte). 

aaief ©qhi— a°. ^.— ^ei© ais,; aanpw— 

Jathartha bidya Philosophy; theology. 

JathSrtha byayi SOQiql— Frugal; economical. 

faaia*w|«— %1) ! 
<aai qq— e©. 9. — a©et©©i a© shgi©i q©- 

Jatha labha A small amount of profit 

According to the profit. 

0ai«9-o°. §. m.(6 m .-7(399 «©$S ©©Q;j 
Jatbasakti «i9^[1q9) — SI5ia C «l|©SI6Q — Accord- 
ing to one's ability; to the best of one's 

ability. 

flai«l4~ 9°. Wl-r ( «9i£|1qQ ) * I CNWftO — 
Jatha sastra I. Conformable to the scripture. 

* I „'«©©«© — 2. Legal. $. M.— fc , 
- J " , 3I%I©SIG©*— *■ Conformably to the 

Scriptures, ji «Q© a©qi6Q— 2, As the 
law ordains? legally. 


Clai atQ^-S . 3. •«— ( a^pQQ )— €QS© step 
Jatha slghra €9©1 Sq© 6flG© dl€j— As quickly 

as possible (Apte). 

aai eto— g\ «;'««— 1 1 ate ©i w *kwigq-i. ac- 

Jatfatsfla cording tonne's nature. 91 SBM «©<ai6Q 
2. According to one's temper (Apte), 

aaiso— *. 5*. w— vii ©ai igqicq- (©e©i © 

JathS sruta G©a©l); eacfdQ qftyQ €S@aQ — * 

According to what one has heard; 

according to the report* 

aaif^r ©ai ©$©•- (*. ©i©*r«)-ai9i i^qs* ©191 

Jathasrutam tathfi kathitam ©Qq — I have 

eaid what I heard* 

oiig©* ©ai «8e*— {?. ©lotra)— qk?j 4d«[fi% ©»i 

JathS srutarh tatha likitam G©§«*— I have 

written what I heard. 

aai€$9— 3. 3. W— Gfl^OI «©9IGQ — In order of 

Jathasreshtha precedence or merit (Apte\ 

oil aw— *. 9 (troifijtap; aai + «wi) — ©wiiqw 

Jathasamkhya ^GS^I — A figure of speech(Apte). 


}— €9. 


QQ ©I Q© «©^ieQ— 2< Accor- 
* ding to agreement or 


aai a«q— «».3.w («wjlq©)— \i Qoqg ■aflqe©— 

Jatha samaya 1. At the proper time. ^ | q|^g 

aai W$\ 

aai gosjQQ 

established usage (Apte). 

aai €i^©—^. §. «6i («©*h$q©j aai+aq,©)— eae© 

JathS sambhaba <JQ QqQSQ — As far as it is 

conceivably possible; as far as circum. 

. stances will permit. tf. $g|— scjqsq — 

Possible. 

sal «|Cii©©— s. «ei (aQ«ffipq9; aai+gqfe©)— qfl©©. 

Jatha sambhSbita QQqg— Suitable; appro- 
priate (Apte). 

Qaiwft— «°. %—v&y$\ ao «^i am w^^- 

Jatha sarbaswa Everything -or property 

whatever, 

aeuawi— q°. 90 6 «. 9^1— aaia^ (e«w) 

Jatha sSdhya JathjSsakti (See), 

aai^a— o*. §. w («©iqlq^)— e 1 q^a^©^ «3gq— 

JathS sukha 1. Happily^ pleasantly. > \ go 

ffl8GQ; »9s1l Q9I «IQ9iGQ— 2. At will; at 

pleasure (Apte). • | qmiq q|gQ H «gqiGQ — 

g. Comfortably. 


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Jatha sthana ©1919 G«g gi© ; €J8qg 21©— 

Proper place. q*. £. 

$d— * IQQQggiaGQ— 1. In the proper 

place. 9 I ©Osaal©— 2. Instantly(Apte). 

r * I- 9Q flfiflM aO^OIGQ— 3. According to 

(991 aiOGQ— GQ. ^fl) rank (Apte). 

Jathasthanabasthita Qaq$ giOSQ 8931© 
£q»q| — Situated at the respective 

proper places. 

<aai£fQ— «\ s. m (sai+a©)— 1 1 ggqoigq go 

Jatha sthita GSSOIGQ; 9$» giOGQ— 1. In status 
quo ante; as it had stood before, 9 \ oaiaGQ^ 

2 Truly. « I <a&QlGSIGQ-3. According 
to circumstances. Qg|. t. | gy©; q©q — 
1. True; right, j \ Qaq§— 2. Proper; 

fit (Apte). 

QaH|— S°. $ . $Gl — $3stl% GQ-Each his ownj res- 

Jathaawa pectively* 

flGeiae— a*. $. •« («w^j aen+cajoo)— «w 

Jathekshita G93gQI QQIGQ— As personally; 

seen * 

fiiceia— flf. $. ©<a (ocH+Qei, a^jteK>)— i f ew( . 

Jathechchha SGflj Q&IO^IGQ — 1. Arbitrarily; 
despotically# according to one's freewill. 

3 I flQGQRI 6991 gSIGQ— 2. To the heart's 
content, q\ $$]- 6181^63 aft^©— 

(i3Ga§l — GQde^g) Arbitrary^ despotic 

fleeigiqQ— gp. $. (aai+Qei+a^Q)— p i gssi^q— 

JathechchhachSra 1 Arbitrary conduct } \ 

Q^CfQCr— 2. Despotiem> 

JathechchhSchara rajatwa €I|9S>— Despotic 

(QGa@!^Q €li9Q— a©s%9) rule. 

QGasicjQ siGQgsiol-e. s>. (aaes)— qsi<? oei 

Jathechchhachara sasaoapranali gG© £©10" 
€1180 9Q9I <33Q ^Despotism; absolute 

monarchy. 

QGOfiKW— *. W. V ( OGSW^Q+QQ )— $>9Q 

Jathechohhachari Q$WG© QlSiQig — Acting 

without restraint; acting arbitrarily or 

Oacas^QOI («j)-«IWi] despotically. 


CJeeifiiqq QGI— *. 9, qv-RS W q»I^A despot. 
JathechqhhSchSrf rajs 

Jathepsita $.8 f eiIIO£I6<l OfQI; SltlQ^e— 
Wished for; cherished; desired, 
ff. S\ M.*"QG09 (GQ«)— 

Jathechchha (See) 

caeav-ff. m.— (mi+q%= «oe§©)— <> i q«iq 3,9- 

Jatheshta 1. Wished for; desired. 5 | qqqj 
«6ffG— 2. Enongh, ample; sufficient. 
«\ $. 9<3— SG89I ( G9« ) 
Jathechchha (See) 

aeetyioQa— «r. 9.— aeaei^Q (gq«) 

Jetheshtacharana Jathechchhachara (See) 

<aca«iiqq— «r. 9— sal -Bird. 

JatheshtachSrl ff.Q4.3f_ GQagi^ — Despotic 
0G2)I9— 0°. W.-r ( 0ai+Q§)-GQ0€J G9iq QiQae; 
Jathokta 9G«»|§; Qeq.i9Q*-A s has been said 
(0GSI9€>— ««>1%0) a foresaid. 

aGai€>©— e* m. — (aai+gjo©)— aai G9icK;iaai— 

Jathochita ^§© — Proper; suitable. 

3°. §. Qd— Q©O^Ga— Duly^ properly? 

suitably. 

<aeai«Q— «* $. m.— (ao^lqOj flai+^q)_ 

Jathottara ^Qloftsq— In regular order of 
saccession; one after another (Apte)* 

Jathoddishta Described before, indicated 

before. g°. o". ©<a. — QGaiGQ^j (gq«) 

Jathoddesa (See) 

QGeFM— q-, *- w.— (wi^qg, ...Qai+Qroa)— 

Jathoddesa GSQQQ Q^fes ©| GQQ G^IQ^S — 

' As indicated or described- 

QG2Haeo«— 9 U . #*. M.— (W^Qj Qai+Q9GQa) 
Jathopadesa GQ^aQ QQG^Q 9tt OlQ2lg — 
(aGe«8^— ^^) As advised or instructed. 

<a$aieqg-*<<r. w ^ai+^aq^]— oaiGaioi (gq«i) 

Jathopajukta Jathajogya (See) 

QGaiQGGia— ^. ^. M (a^lQQ; 0ai+€ja«iia)— 

Jathopajoga ^gQ^QGil QOQIGQ— According tn 

use or requirement (Apte^ 
OGateQs— ^. ^ — ©©Q 1 !; €J3€Qlsi©l — Propriety, 
Jathauchitya suitableness, fitness (Apte) 


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[<i^tf. ck^M q°«cr <io $3069 as* 

^l€%« •CQQQQGQ 31, glQQCT 4Q9Q9GQ a<s> 

«qiq aio<a <r>gq i] s. «.— Ga69§.— 

Whereas* 

O^g— ^. q<ji (aQ+«a)— €a G9fel§ 9§. $1 9*»§ — 

Jadapi Whatever; any whatever (Apte). 

g^.B—a^tQ— Though; although (Apte)- 

0QO^ — q». a ( q©+«q^)-«. i ©a-| ascpi^— 

Jadabadhi l r Since which time. J I G9Q 
q«E| 93^ — 2. Till which time, 

Jadartha(rthe) which! why> ? | GSQ QGM'eo-- 
2. For which aim. -• | &I9IGT ©SIGSJ — 

3. For whom, 

091— *\ a ( QQ + OQWOQtfl '*J— t I 6SG9, G3Q 

Jada QIOGQ — *■■ When. J| GG£9qf-2» Whereas : 

(«. W, ©Q v ) since (Apte). 

aQI99l— - q\$ .W ( 69aeQ199IQ )-€a£9 Q$l 6©G9; 
Jada tada QQ COtaQ 9SqGQ— Whenever at 

any time whatsoever* 

09ig%9— q°. *, 9<n.— Gas$ we}%— From which 

JadSprabhxuti time forward* 

00—9°. a°_ (flQaiQ«-€Q%r 9Q9I+9I9. Q')"*^ 
Jadi ■< | GaG9— 1. If;thoughj although. [Q> — 

l. Suppoeition; aai— "a.a$i ao esiQ 

' 9£|»© STflQflQ* (%£§99) v I QGQ'S'ia o— 
2, Doubt. Qa| ;— q~Q<gt 9Q9I^ WIQg; 
39 9I€»|<T 6QG9 G«l «9SI 9«<a 699 f 
* I asal^QGQ— 3, On the other hand; in 
the alternative — "aid QQ 39 <alQ AQ 
9ca ©I tf$si GQl€» w (oei)— v faQatQtf— 
4- Certainty, sell — -**S9 9Q«G fllQQ CM, 

as* eq sei wi 69 G9S" $S9Qff i * i 

£•0$-— 5. Whether (Apte) f> | q$}99| 
6. .If per chance; perhaps (Apte) f>\ qqq 
ai€J©— 7. Provided that (Apte) r IGQG9- 

8. When (Apte). . 


Q9<|— £Q_ a — (9ffQI% aG>9©)— 39ia (G93) -.. 
Jadio ^fre «wb? Jadyapi (See) 

099 (60— e. «!— Qfll^GQi G3G9 a9i — 
Jadicha(ba) If on the other hand. 

€>9S«tf^— 3. «. — ( •?. Q^+^| gii9j=-^o )— ^ | 

Jadi sy5t QQ$\® GQG9; G©«m£? «QI —1. Who 

(«»« «IO — a©iqa) knows if, 5 I -3^QQ8 — 

2, Perhaps. •> | G0GQ q^l — 3. Even if* 

a<aq— q°. M. (a^+^; 30. «aq t ^a^ ooiq)— 

Jadiya ^ | qi^i g^1q — 1, Relating to which 
or whom- j \ g|<$|Q — 2. Whose; of 

whom or what. 

a$_--9. 9— t 1 6waiGis ciqgq o-g^dlq siq qe| 

Jadu aQiQe- ^|qq ©1© eg^ 49 — 1. Name of 
the eldest son of king Jajati 

GQ«I as 9, 301$ «9!qr e^w ^GCt* mdiQ 
QI^Oi^i Q0»IQQI% Q§9I^ < ; Qfg qg^i 
<J^9IQ Q9IQW QI9GQ <J q&iQq G^GQ.I 

^ 1 QQp ora a^aiGQ sq§© qom; 0199- 

Q*a— --2. The dynasty of kings named 
after king Jadu. « | gaq w ^g g|©|^ 
Q9I9 GQ€I — 3. Name of an ancient coun- 
try near Mathura. 

0<5^Qia— s. 9— (a^siosQ Qia, <aql oo)—4qt— 

Jada natha Srikruabna, 

fl^ $P€l — ^;« — (<a^l 00) — SJIQ9 99; OQ9€il^ fl^QOfqr 
Jadu bamsa q^j— The dynasty deriving its 

name from king Jadu. 

<a$qr«l— «. 9^.— (a99a+««?iGa r . qq; kq\. «q.)— 

Jadu baihsi a^9Q^©i€) — Born of the dynasty 

( aq^alq — a^Hi^a ) of the Jadus. g^. 9 — 

G€!i9IQfl|ffqr ai«w« 9i : sw^jw«^ ^91^ 

(<Q\Q$ 0109 G9!Qi3l<:y— Title o! a seet 

of cowherds, 

Q99(«a)Q— tf. *— (9«fl©0)— fll^jS-^ 

Jaduba(bi)ra A name of Srikfushna* 

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Jadumani mahapStra gq agpS I An Osiya 
poet. [ < QQ ©iqsq 9S9Q 3G3 I <jJM9 

«ei9i©«iq9« sq6o <i9i«Q geii *a i <9io* 
$fli9© i *qq$ gJqq/ <i ^9* «*9« gai© 

©l9i I WjQflT— $eMI9&i QQ9IQ I] 

fiigflS OS— GO. P. - (oia) —9 >*» a ©«Q 9GG>9 

faduaiani bhanja Q^^Name of a classical 

Oriya poet, ( <^ — ^Q <S\]$Q\% <Q\Q: ^!Q 

Q€>© —9399^ 91Ql3 Q80 I ) 

g^gqi-g. «. 9<a~( 0991 wq *^I9Q§ to* ) — e i 

Jadjuchchbaya Q9Q «a|Q 091 3Q3IGQ — 

1. According to one's free will. ) \ 
C$9«Ga— 2. By chance. * I Wqie — 

3. Suddenly 

a^sqi^sr— «r. 9. * -099:0* (G$?a) 

Jadrucbcbhayabhijiia JadiuchchhabhijnX (See) 

9991— Q°. 9 —(3°. go— wi+q? ai%=-99l-r-sp. 

Jadiuchchha a+*l; «wi 01+Q9I. ©9©s>) - 

1 I ©fdj^i G99I^Q©l — 1. Wilfulness; 

arbitrary conduct 9 I qialMI* qiQ^i — 

2. Independence; freedom, m \ «Q|£jiq; 
«C$S~3«> Easiness; facility; ease, vl 
€9\n QfrQI — 4. Accident; chance. * j 
(Q1IQQ4Q ©199109 9G3S1 99—5. iln 
grajnmar) Proper nouns. 9 | ^q 
giato C8i— 6. Self-will. cq # §. q^ — 

(O*. 099^1 ) G^Wgs— By chance; acci- 
dentally. 

o^gissa-GQ. tf, w (* a<j&^ca«i) 

Jadruchcbbakrame — £ | G^&lflGQj SI9Q8IGQ*— 

*l*fHl<*M 1, According to one's free wiil 

or pleasure. ) I 3ia]©Q| QG«»— 2_ Freely, 

fl^glOO— 3. 9-©9 Q9I 8QQIGQ CI0;G3€f «3% 

Jadyucbchhagati Q$\q q®\ qq<^ qoqs gq;? 

9Q9I— Free movement; unfettered motion. 

q$9i©3<§1 -*. Q-e»i€jQ; oeewooa - 

Jadruchcbhacharana Arbitrary action or 

(99»^Q — «©i$9) conduct. 

0$8iqQ -*• 9<S. qf— 0Ga9l«t3 ( G9« ) — 

JadTucbcbhacban Jatbecbcbhacbari ( See ) 

<399i^QsiI - sQ) [ <j>~<i99a sk}9i$9iq, 3991- 

19*K 


09$'9$§— *. ««i ( 3991+99$ )-G99t9aGQ ©qg 

Jadruchchba prabjutta —Engaged of oneis 

own free will. 

098IQS— s. 9. a* ( e^s^g )— 1 1 ca GWr9GCt 

Ttdruchchhabhijna Q9gQ G9IQ Olgi 00 — 

(999iQ*l - $1) 1. ( Hundu law ) A voluntary 

or self-offeied witness (-Apte). > \ 

G£l^ Qlfil d^>l SQGQG^QIQ Q99 eil<l (^.Q.) 

— 2. A chance witness. 

J druchchha labdua Got easily. 

Jadzuchchhfi Sdbda 0)9 — { grammar ) Proper 

name ( Apte ). 

3^8 33>I9 -^.^-11 G$9IO G$<s& CQQ qgcr Qai 

Jadrucbchha sambada q<g| — 1* Accidental 

conversation ( Apte ), 9 \ G^9|9) GQfaS 

GQ09GCT GQ*— -2. Accidental meeting 

( Apte ). 

«98^-^. ^. V ( 9991 +W )-GSI e9qL«Q19l§Q 

Jctdiucbchhika Qaigig^ ^^ GWia(0 flgl9 9GQ- 

A son who offers himself for adoption. 

filCQ ~<I. a— G3Q9Q— Likewise^ [ §— <<5?|Q 

iaoi-e. z (^. S1© + 9I )— t. I «ni-l. • Or> else. 

Jadba ? | ggi^SQ— 2^ On the other hand. 

Q<§ ©§l .^S. a ( SJQ9I+©0 9I )— GQ69 G«6^ (§. «•) 

Jadba tadba Occasionally* 

a^ ^— s. p * a<^+9^ )— g<2qi© gqq ogQi qg^-^ 

f Ur^utta An adventure ( Apte ). 

flfjWfl— *. m ( »+wi ) — * 1 qfirt-eoflli ai9r- 

Jadbhabishya qCT6QSp-GH9l Qf V> <99 G9 9$- 
aw i *9%*lQll G3 »9% Q9CQ €«fc QG^ — 
1. Fatal, st,^| GQQ g^l 0f9| QCIi QQGQ 
€>QQ QGQ— ^- Depending upon fate, 
iatalistic. 9 — gi9+-Q?^IQ «9^GQ ^ 
9(91 — Any tbing which is pre-ordained 

by fate to happen. 

J^dbbabisbyabadt A fatalist. 

( gQCte«iqmi ^1 ) (0^0931919—9) 
J3Qie- e. a { 09+aa )— GOGQ Ws G0G9 am — ( 
Jadyapi Even if*, although. 

09 - GQ. 9 ( 0°. 0*)— 9$ ( G9« ) 
Janta Janta ( See ) 


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O$0,(Cj049) — 9169 ( S5|«9Q )— »#^0GH9 (C9«) 
Jantar (etc) Jantar etc ( See ) 

090 ( Q©ii9 )— gi. ©.— (q\ ao)— as* qqw— 

Jantara (eto) q??rc, srr Jantra etc (See) 

ftl— a$Q 9 9*0 6369, €99$ G9IQ60 
SGQ I 99«k QglOOOfl^GL €?© i] 

a$i-s9. 9. - 931 (eo«) 

Janta ^t«t *»* JantS (See) 

[Q— Oiig 8©o a$n^ct9~Q a® i 

os. G3e9g«9on i] 

<a$i— g°. 94. s°— (as ai%— 99$ 0991+0$. ©, \ai. 

Janta ?.$.)—<> | qaqqiq^—I. ^Restraining. 

(SWhl — 4Q j I aW© 5 @^l«Q-2, ; Regulating, m | 

9$§09— 3, Preventing. o.— * | 9IQ& 

Oa^QO; OQa©— 1. A. charioteer; a 

coachman; driver of a carriage. [^ — 

€196919 qi 60 *l«tfil$0§£ GSI «l G9G0 

as oi$© %ea a$i i $«s^9. «9QQ£> q©] 

2v A director; a governor. • \ -9$qq 
q,0© 5 ^$99 —3. The driver of an 
elephant, G9. ( 9— ©$1 QM9 (GOO)— 
JantS etc (See). giG9. (^1,09.0) 9 — 99— 
Grinding -millj mill-stone. 
g$l 0^(§»— G9. 9. 6 93— e90QfftMG9S) 
Janta Janta(nti) Janta jantainti) (See) 

[Q— 9191 ^Qtq 99 0%SL HI® GOIfi 
S$l 3$ I 98. G3c9g09QI3 1 ] 
a@©<— G9. 9\-»«§9l (G9«i) —Jantiba (See) 

Jantiba (ag) G$9t— Q$Q\QV q.9) 
€IQ (aii^) — a. — v j gqoaoooi - : 
Jantra (root) !• To contract. 

> I 98© OQ9I— 2 To restrain^ to cheeky 

to curb. * 1 toq 9991-^3. To bind, 

v ifol^l G99I— 4. To oppress? to afflict. 

* I G9€QI— 5. To pressj to grind. # | qi&j 

0091 — 6. To force; to oblige 

OQ— S. 9.— (Qfib a|<jj+QQ$L «)— « I GS£g floiefa 

Jantra qi WGQ «S QOO QGfSt^ig Q§ 9Q9*J 

QIS«* 3^9 $<l 3 q£c*— 1. Apparatus? 

machine; engine. [ 9 — 4910 «9Q°Q 

cflj, 9^)1, a$Q 1] ;ia^ €%j 9QsaQ; q§- 

fl«ib; 3>9Q9I 6 €1$ ^ 8«M '0091 OKSoIQJ© 
9$il9— 2, Weapon of offence and defettce. 


[ §— *9 oofflo. * G3<a1Co 9Q$j, aai— 
v l g$,«*ai9i s*»9Sl a® 39 oqaw I oai — 
oia, ©bo, ? 1 aq,=ais>i^9i©GQ m g?iQ 
oqQio 1 aai— aoi, '^ n « i a^aQg^GQ 

6 Qfl^GQ V^QOdS^l^l 6 ^^OIOQI&J Q§ 0Q9{ 
Qa|a-^3. Any labour-saving or time- 
saving appliance, v | Q|Q«afl|QQr 
9©HIQ: S^lQ 9t QOI9QQ gq^i^— 
4. Workman's tools; implements; ins- 
truments or implements used by crafts- 
men or artisans. [q»— Qqj om qij&iQ oia 

a^ eoao oq^ Gfioo ao, t] « \ a^i- 

©9; GQSqi OQi G9$«3 QQ — 5. A mill 
9 I *M^I9GQ QOIQ^Q 80013, W$, GQQ SBq 
©%fl^l O09IQ G«?QOi 0»— 6. A meter^ 
an instrument for ascertaining easily 
the quantity, nature and -ttlocity o£ 
things. 5) j ttffjQOjj OlOOKb Q^O— 
7. Gunj firearm. T|.<» ^qgq SflgjOi 
^Q* a^gtg^Q^ GOO Ol9i Ol&GQ 
©qs> Oq09t -QIO* ^i§»§© JGOfao- 8, A 
contrivance for the transmission of force 
or energy from one place to another, 
t! Qfill — 9. Anoilmill. to | 69QQ©|a 

$9 aoeo ©^"o 06Qiio.o^ oq oq 9 

©$; eOOOWIOTO «^lOO9-*-10. Mystic 
diagrams or figures drawn on the 
ground etc. in connection w th the 
worship of Deities according to Tantra. 

[9 — OQO9€90OI«? 91Q* OSfcGQ 09 OQ 
SOLO m>Q 9ato a® i oc% QQi ac^ ga^ (1 

Ol^iQlQ ^< otf \ 09 M QQj $\£ 09 Q9 

*A I 9i9«i C^-*-ll-. Musical instrument. 
fe-rOO-SO QWHS^Q 09=09 OW *fi I 

aai— ^©^jsb, »Q9 aoi, oeii Q9i i] 

V^ r G©il063lg O^; C9^909^l90fG) 
a^QI -^ 12. Astrological oSagrams. 

W I G?Qi€IIC$,l$ «n «; ©I^Q^f a^— 
13. Surgical instruments. [Q— ©SflQ- 

-flieo «*-9 | i99io 00^ -oil ,* a^ ^io^iq 
q*$ 1 9^ QiaiR^iot ooaoo* m$± v % 
m\Q*\Q. eji<j 1 sw aai^iGo ei^o«ai?o 


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9919 a$Q 36«S «g i €9q$Q 5 $969 

©9§ .— qq, 6 ^ 1 0^9 919 q aw, ag,9 

919 £!« (Apte). sa<^ 9^tGM *»**.I9^ 

©9$ai3gai9Q , GQ 99^a9,a%?teicj6©C©q.9<J, 
aai J— qs©gq— 919G9 99 S91Q391 91a 
91 cw 91919 9Q9iaiei 9t9§© 1 go°€i— 
9tf, cn^, £Jq & 91133. ag «$<• 91 mi 9191Q 

9991 aicTl 910 flQ,— 9$ 9I§9I9% 3Q 
91919 9991 Qicf 9<(9§9 3^ i <Q8€) «K3£ 
WI91IG9M, QGrfla, 9 9 fl®, 91<3l, §9191 
*B9 QI9| ^ ^Q I S|d99 Q|«9-i 9$Q 919* 
«999 39, (9931*9) sie^lQ 9Q3g l] K« I 
§!<3al9 9!0|€? 9<f9$9 G9felQ 91 Q^J— 
14. Appliances used in the preparation 
of medicines. rCj> — §)ga 8l9ia 09il9 
ttfl£ 69699, — 911)91 QSb— 9l£j. 9&JG9 91** 
"9§ 99 ©W ©a Q3GQ 9919 9IQ 9&1GQ 
CQI996Q 91 3§GQ ®SaSI99Q«a I GQKMQQr 
9«* Q6G9 99Q9I 9$ Q 9i^GQ gjgQ Q3 
99181% 919 9991 QQfq I G^99 QQ, — ©»6Q 
98Q9I 9$ 919 09*69 3319991 91® G3Q 

99i QaeQ_a9ia' q9 919 % 91913991 ©w 
919 ai99Q«n l -0999 99WQ q% 309 ac% 

9fl% fl9il9 9191 03i Clg I] 1» I 9£9]l% 
fllQ« , 3^9, GA199, 90199*3, €J9I$9, 9^1- 
9319 9^1 9SG$ Q«I9§© A9,, G9?€IQ Q| 
gGQtfl — 15, Mystic appliances or charms 
employed in Tantric rites, which are 
performed to affect other people, e. g. 
killing, charming, maddening k$ I 
%fl^i 3QQ «9$ia gqg q,*1 9IG99 — 
16. Black magic (employed to injure 
others) . *9 1 919 G999 C«l Q9 ^qi- 
9%$9! €I<W*$9& 91$ 39-17. Internal 
organs of the animal system which 
perforin different functions, ^r I 99lfc9 

996)1 91 G91Q9— IS, Bolt or lock of a 
door (Apte). *.« I G9fa§ 5l9i% (9Q 

9&G9 ) GQ9 QS91Q d» 5 G09; ©Q — 

19. A prop; a support; a Stay. >o | 9g% 

9I©9|Q $899<a <aai 9«J?i 0*1) — 

20, Fetter; band; tie (Apte), >V ! »Qfl^© 
-GQ£$98I 9i 99919 — 21- Amulet. >) | 


Meehaniam ' 9f a machinery. " >w 1 
(+^|9 «) — ©Q^^—SS.Rest^injb^ (9 — 
G3 G9?<a3 QO^iaOta 9*099 Q99QI&1 

eoffiio^a^. Q9i<a*3i^; aai, flgi«, ^5i9i, 

9Q39), ^9^9], 9iq©i9^, 91^11^9 90,, 
^0511939!, ^QWflQCJb, «4W€I S9i)— G9. 9. 
. 1 4 q©— rl. Bellows \ \ Q-*9Wj $S9» 
96Jg9 91^9 t GQ9 39 991 G9IQ G^ 
9«. 6?G9«i|a99ia 1— > I ^^9 5 91©9«3|— 

2. Magic. 
q<^9— ^ 94*39; +glG& 9)-- a^l (G9*a)— Jantft (See) 
Jaiatraka t I 39i9IS; %Q— 1-A lathe; turner's 
wheel. ^ I G9S3 39*J 99^2- A hand- 
mill, m \ Q\n 39GQ 991 B9I 9|1— 
3. Ligature^ bandage. * I (SftMiq+QQ. 
«9)-G999l; 9iai;9gi— 4 Pain; anguish 
* I 91^91—5. Binding. 9 \ »S9I9 
q§q| — 6. Restraining; confining. 9 I 
99IQ3— 7. Checking. r | 0199—8. 
Controlling, d \ g_° (&K) ai^+9^i «9>— 
519j QQ«IQ9 — 9- A mechanist; enginee r 
(TO91^^1) (Apte), ^q I QI99; SKjlfl9— 
10. Controller^ restrainer^ regulator 
(Apte). *. 9«. q*— ^ I S9i QQ€iQ99l^— 

1. Managing or driving a machine. ^ 1 

©99i<a9iq— 2. Controlling. 

m 9Q§f«— <r. 9— (a. a.- gq )-q$©*iQ 699- 

Jantra^karaBdikS A magician's basket. 

<39]9QQI— G9. $-— * l»0*« 9Q91— 1 To pre- 

jHotrakariba pare a. machine or contrivance. 

^^13f*cktw. •* i ^colao geqw- 9991— 

2. To employ a contrivance, * ( g97^l9 
91§ 9%9eftOI^O WqQ IIC^9 9Q9I — 

3. To employ the black art or charm 

against a person. 

flQ9©| — *. 9— 09i99«il3 WR 99MI9I9 Q9j 3I9IQ1GQ 

jantra kala qs QIGNCIIQ oqoi-4-* Mechanical 

art; mechanical engineering. 

Q9««dl)-«. 9- ^1 (a9i9+« )— 9911 «IQ9i; «ti|, 

Jantraka(nl) ojo* 99^1 «%d« 5 G99%|9i 5 aid— 

One's wife ? s younger sister f youngvi 

sister-in-law 
fl^Oiq— ?. 9— qQ; GQ^ S$GQ 9IOsj QQIQ ^©91^ 
Jantra kSshtha $<]— A turning lathe 


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«Q '%»*»?• m. t? (sftGQ qaQ; pal o©)— 

TantrsJtaiala qq, £j$ ^| aQqoa^qSQ Qg — 

(Sftq«ffl — qj) Expert in making or handling 
(6^0001 — ^Serai) a machine. 

0« GqTm — 9. ( 9«fl ©9 )— 3ft ®A*6Q ©69'©© 
Jantra kaiisala £$?€)&<— Ingenuity in making 

a machine* 

era cofoad— 9. ©a. q?— a^i Ml; aft ooito — 

Jantra kaj|s*Ji Mechanic; fully conversant 

(©ft 6Q?a©G — $1) with the mechanism of 

machines. 

Gftq$— 9. ©— * | oacf ®QQ 9^9 iq ©151 ©GQ— 
Jintragtuha 1. A machine-housej a work- 
(OQQQQ — 8Q"Q9) shop; engine roomj a mill- 
house. / l6«QSr<asi «IQ— 2. An oil- 
mill ( Apte )j oilman's workshop ^ 

flQfl-9. ^ ( aft ai%+QQ* a© )— \ i QflO; airaj 

Jantrana ©9Qi$— 1. Restraining; controlling, 
checking, y \ 4|$Q — 2. Pressing. *» I 
GH9I - 3. Pang, v I MO- 4. Bindings 
confining; fastening. # I 9CQI0Q — 

5. Contracting. 9 \ qq| qqq| 5 ©C1Q|— 

6. Guarding j protecting. 9 | ( +QQtf 
«9)— 9flWI|0*1— 7- Bandage (Apte). 

flKtfi— ». 9 ( «ftaiQ. 3^. «©+2b)— * 1 S9K 

Jantrana 1. Oppression,, j \ gqqqI; SIQQI; 
^>*$$ 9i0| — 2. Pang; pain; anguish. a* | 

3. Smearing the body with sandal 
paste etc. by drawing various rigures 
0QfilQQ — 9 ca. ( oftgii + $ ai^ f q<$, a )— o8«- 
JantranSkara qq — Giving pang ( painful 

aq€i;d— 9. 9 ( qas )~zq sccr $c<sq ai©©i— 

Jantranagni Fiery pangs; pang compared to 
(aft$lQa — fflQ^a) £ re . 

Jantrana data qmIqA — Oppressive; oppres- 
(GfteaiQI^Q, SWlQO — wqp) sing, 

/ -(QftfllQWl, SIQtflQI^ei, OfteilSQI— q]) 

««Kqa— 9. $ ( ^1 ©©)— ©^cq«; &11991 eqa 

Jantrana bhoga — The undergoing or suffering 

of pangs. 


Cl« 9ft-r-9. $ ( 390Q )— «. I a^QQQQQ^l 6 «W — 
Jantra tantra 1* The materials and contri- 
vances of an artisan or mechanic. 
J I Oft Oft ( GQ<S )— 2. Jantra mantra* 

(See) 

Oft 69IQ«r— 9. Q ( «. s. €$ )— QQ^ig a^g© 

Jantra torana §<gs| — A mechanical arch; an 

arch fitted with contrivance to move it 

(Apte ). 

ciq$©— 9. 9 ( *£[i TO v )-es$1 fiq as© (9i«)— 

Jantradiunlha (a doo r) Secured by bolt (Apte). 

gQQio -9. © ( a. 8. go )- eaqf oo^iq ^aa©% 

Jantranala a||f QOI£Il<l— A mechanical tube; 
a tube for lifting water by machinary % 

<aQ€>3i« a 9 ( aft-f-e*« ?q1 ©© )— 1 1 a^ «§9i 

Jantra nirmana — 1, Manufacture of a 

machine or instrument, j j iaft 5II©Q| 

( GQ3 J — 2. Jantra matpuka ( See ) 

Oft edlOl— 9, '«. q!— GQ Qft Q3IS QQfll<33 S3I^©— 
Jantra nirmata The manufacturer of an 

(Q$ ©dl-tl— ^1) engine; instrument maker. 

0$ 99Q— 69. « ( ©€ia r © 5% 9$«Q )-aftl^3 3Q ©«4 
Jantra patara — Instruments and materials. 
(aftg$, Qft )|Q — «0"%9) Wfffc 

Oft0^Oi(€>)— GO. Q (? oft + gao^i )— SJQ^O 
Jantra pitula(li) 9^Q|— Mechanical doll. 

0Q q^o qt 9i/— a\ 9 ( a. 0. go ) -swjiq qq- 

J^ctra putraka(putiika) ^©© VC^Q; 9& QG^Q 
SNi q^Q 7 «ac,afl — Mechanical doll 5 a puppet 
Sft qj$Q9l J * furnished with contri- 

vances to move it. 

0Q G99fll— ^ €>— 1 I Q€> — I. Grinding mill; 

Jantia peshani hand mill ( Apte ). j \ qq 

O© — 2. A mill driven by machine 

<3Q 9019-9. Q ( o. a. GQ ) a<4 aQqo© qi ^ q 
Jantra prabaha ©OG^i© — An artificial stream 

of water, 

d^©@9 — 9. 9 ( a&0Q )— Aft ®A« 6 9QCIQ0I4Q 
Jantra bijnana ^Q ^^1q Qi^— The science of 
<a^ 99«ll— ttQt^g) mechanics; mechanics. 

(3QQ9 , I— 9. 9 («©©)— QftGQ ^l 9«GQ 9W OQSl^l 
Jantra bbiutya ^ — iViillhand-, workman in 

a factory. 


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m flQ—9.- Q.~(*90S)— <- 1 8$ 6 «*-*!- Mystic 
Jantra mantra figures and formulas. > | 
^^ q£f Q1Q9— 2. Black art. 

Jantra matiukS €«j" SOI^iq Wl 00, © a Q 

QqQW— One of the 64 fine arts, namely, 

the feat of making many mechanical 

domestic devices, (OQI* S>0» *1« OT«) 

aQ-flia— «r.9. («. a. 6Q>-$§s qio 5 gqg»n— 

Jantra marga A canal; aqueduct (Apte) . 

Jantraraja ^a« 6©1I©€« SSfe 01 QS 0G3S (§. 
€l) — 1. A kind of astronomical diagram. 
* { G$% ^ — ^* ^ n excellent machine 

or diagram* 

fl $ «q— e. 9. (fl Q. eq)— ao, $iq Serial qi«— 

Jantra sara An arrow or missile shot off by 

means of machinary. 

0Q «iai— *. o. (a. a. 6Q)— v.i gowm ( «. a )— 

Jantra sala 1. Observatory- ? | «goq go|Q 
£1% $101 q$; 910*101 — 1 Factory^ work- 
shop; machine-house, 
Q $^_3. 9. (auGO)— GK^iq $0 SH— Things of 
Jantra silpa art made by means of machi- 
nary, 

Jantra silpl A mechanic. 

<a$ m— *. 9. (a. a. go)— €a£ aoi ?iq qoqg^» 

Jantra sutra qoo Qqsai<! (9. a)— A string for 

making puppets dance. 

Q$ttfl>q — *• S. (fl. 8. GQ) — ^ I 03 Ol OIQ3IOI «3Q-" 
Jantrajaya 1. Machinary house; workshop- 
factory. 9 I *Q,licfcW«£|— 2, Printing 
house 3 press (Apte). 
a ^1_ 6 Q. ^ ( *. 30, )— *■ ' SKm <M SfifflQpCQ 
Jantri QGtyQ 0^901 €a* 0l6 — 1. Small twigs 
^ft used in the employment of black magic. 

treft [Q— cio 3§ oioe e? «£ a$, aQfjMi 
QOiq^IO^I fl<*1 1 ©a ) i I 9IG39& Q| 
889I-2. Sheet calender, gyro. (3Hft99)~ 
OOjGflWII OS-Grinding mill, hand mill. 

o^oi— s. q. ( a^+.flQjea. o+a )— * i q.aoio— 

Jantrika 1, Nut-cracking contrivance; nut- 
cracker. > \ 91© ©0—2. A hand-mill 


«M GS* OQ—3. A small machine. * | 
d^Qlj firOl— 4. Wife's younger sister. 
* I G9S GOIM (§ «)— 5 A small pad- 
lock 

Jatftrinl Feminine of Jantri, 

tf. 9. qj— ^ISWSQ flJW— 1- feminine 
of Jantri. > j aiol— 2. One's wife's younger 

sister (Apte). 

030 -». «<a. (o* *%.+©£ ©)— * 1 w— !- Tied ; 

Jantrita bound? fastened.- 5 1 €lflTQ® — 

2. Fettered^ enchained. - * I Q?©— 

3. Restrained^ checked; controlled, 

4. Locked or bolted (door). 
Jantritakatha CN9IQ)— CIIQiq Qlai QQ oeil 0Q9I 

(oSoeiQr- aQf%a, a° 6 «1) wsq qq ©qaiQ 

(QQ€> ©ai— qjQP) ^8 — Tongue-tied', forced 

to be silent. 

JantribS 1. To apply^ to join; to attach. 

a*TRr, ^l?sn (q— s>© 2kkl<i6Q eoQ^i site 1 
mt %«f 9. fl9iqQ»* w 1) > 1 «kwi aiwi; 

*F3T 9^1 9|Q9r— 2. To suffer pain or anguish. 

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Jantri g^qg— 1. Having instrument, y \ 0^% 
(fiWll— ll) Ql«3^ 2 ' Conspiring; designing, 
plotting. • I i3^ 3fl#1g — 3. Mechanical; 
instrumental. * IdS— 4. Ingenuous; 
crafty. * I ^WQOab— 5. Inventivej 
projecting. 9 \ 30 6 ftOW «IQGQ 9%0 
(GQI9I)— 6. Harnessed; furnished with 
trappings (Apte). 9 I 69QWI fiq 1QS© 

(q h S) 7, ( a person ) Protected by 

charms or amulet, r I Qql^OOlq— S. 
Tormenting, c I ©a^lQI^! — 9* Restrain- 
ing; controlling. Q A* — O 'S^QIQ^Sil — 
1. A mechanician artisan. * I 9$9lfll— 


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S9aQ 


2. The master of a machine, m \ a^ja© 
9*9—3. An engineer. * | G©fa§ a©gi©Q 
StffBQ 9iO — 4. The superintendent or 
head of an institution. * I Qgsj ©|©Q — 
5. A musician. 9 I ©ft ©IQSli©! QQ© 91ft©; 
GflG©©Q; 3^ q,©©! qq,G$ ©@!9ai©©; sai© 
affiQ—6. Manager of a workshop or 
factory. "9 I q^fl ©©— ,7. A wise tnan. 
r | o»9PMj Gfl©«— 8: A conspirator, 
a plotter. « I 9&©i— 9. An almanac. 
*• 1 aa «>9: ©a tl— 10. A pair of tongs. 
*A I q$«|; ©3, MCQ gsfea 9i§, ( 9. su- 
il. A person skilled in the art of magic 
or in applying charms. *J I ©^|I8© 
©*«© — 12. A controller- regulator. 
q Q# q — K \ aSMWIIQQ W$©«l«i ,©I*_©Q©| 

©«€^ ©§ seer gG^isi ©q99i Qaiq— l. 

Chartns accompanying magical incanta- 
^ tions- > I 6«Q 3QQ6©--©! B|€Q ©9© ©I flISC 

^t qflg 99*© 918 SWiaW— 2- Calendar; 
<3tsfl wallcaleudar. giGQ (&V39$T) 9— ©©— 
S H^K&hB Grinding stone; hafidmill, 
a©©©— G9G9. «• W- ( Q^)— CGI9Sir«$ G£TC©G9© 
Jab-tak 8^ G9G©G9© ai60^-TilI which time. 

Jaba fl«a|Q«i;aaalQ-l. Barley; Hordeum Yul- 
^, ^ gare; Hordeum Haxasticum. [Q — <39| 
*ft, *l§ ai©*H9©Q© g§§> %$©£> $3* I <9IQ 
a©i ? ©w— a<a©* 9S9I, W$I6Q -fi« a ! §> «i 
«|d©, $qq §£}, affile, erGQ I ^qu©^ aoi 6 
99i, a§«ai9s, 060% ©IQ *W 9© 3sKU<3 i 
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eo. a©©G©® aKw, aoi ©W© ©w a©> «©- 

^ifiToqfl s?t £9^ flM 5 «9QQ- 

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9CH— ©Q^Qtfl I ] 3 I QQflltfl ©i 6©o 9QW, 

(<9I v iW© ©I 9 GfllftflQ-tf©© «^Cf fiKU©) — 
2. A unit of weight representing the 
weight of a barley corn or 4 paddy seeds 
or 6 mustard seeds. « | 91© aerOQ 9^- 

WflKWGQ QW a©l©lQ GQfll— 3. Natural 
lines on tlje^joints of the fingers of the . 
human iiaod, resemblmg: barley corn 
and indicative of the possessor's pros- 
perity^ according to palmistry. [Q — 

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G^fqcw q©© §< l] vi e§4q a^gi^i 99M- 
a©ai©^©^Qi ©iqeQ q^g© ©1^1 G«lG©ai© 

a^©l© ©GQ G9Q© QQflltfl: QGQIQQ 9€i9© 
—if 
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* I G9Q — 5. Yeloeity; speed. ■£ | §qjqq 

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^)q — 7. The island of Ja>a r | ^q q§ 

q^a 6 g3 Gof^i G9io?pi ^ <§. «)— 

8. Anything tapering to a narrow point 

at each end and swollen in the middle. 

giGO <9KKJI) .^l—©^©— Great, mucfa> 

^ many. 

a©©— ^. e (Q©+^ica. ©)— QQ^I©— 

Jabaka Barley. 

0©©^(©ll)— ff.W (a©©+a;+a)— 39 ag- ©^qiq 
jabakya(kya) ^aqg (6M)— (a. field) Fit for 

producing barley 
QMte— «• €»— «© 9G3«i ©Q9I» ^©^ q^—Name of 
jabaknta a sage; son of sage Bharadwaja, 

(^_QQ9i©q?Q 9«f a©$l© 1 ^8-9. 
Q©siQ — «. ^(€i9+QlQ 3— arefa) — [©— 091 9c a©^ 

Jaba kshara QgQ ^<1 GQIR «qi flOI^QGQ <9I9 
(i39«IQ— G9Q©%9) ^ ! ®l (crystal) g^ g© a© 

^^?; «Hi ?J©!^ <3^IQ_ a * 91€ i 

^n*,^i, srarrctrc Q9iai<i 1]— 1 1 q© ©q©i© 

a - <SSS ( WMOI 99S© ©%©!©) 

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fl— ©9«IQ potash-, Potassium car- 


£l?fll«9 


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«Q, 91$, MG9TCj Off, qifl, 

', «s , aow, $91 6 $g$is* 

j"«H%3 90139 I ]— [<£ — 39*199 

I |f«q Gfli§jOQ age sift 

{ Q^OCQ Potassium carbo- 


nate; 9£ QQlGQ, 6§>*JGQ 6 9CrQlGQ S9- 
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G9IQǤ I q?K) QQ9 9IS 6 TOOOl" 9|flQ 

<a§ agaKL 91% qf 9Q 9$€Q S>$<3Q Q$S$ 
wj ©©a QlfiH (69a aao — ». 39$) 9Bam, 

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69K&W9I S9SIQ Gl3 9QGQ 9919 $4 !) 

SJSQiQ©— S. © (end©©)— 39SIQ% Q^Q— Nitrous; 

JabakshSra ja * : nitric. 

QQ«IQO(»l)»— <2M&®&— W|969IM 9819 6^«9 

jabaksharaia(ja)aa 918-^91919- Nitrogen. [<£— 

9|$£9 «Q1 Q9I9I© afl A 9i9 91 TOGO© 911 I) 

'taooiQ 5190— «.9 (aw9>— a9aiQ%q9iq©9 ss^r 

jabakshata drabaka 91Q ggQ <3*l Q>91 — 

(g99IQ©lfl n jWaig«,— a9n%9) Nitric acid; 

acqua fortis- 
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jabaksboda (g^ 999^ — a9i%9) naeal- 

99SIQ— G9. 9 (tf- 39819)— sa9fllQ (€9«) 

Jabakhara JabakshSra (See) 

<a9ci$~s. Q. (sj9=a9i9iQ+cig =q$ as©) — 

Jaba ganda q.9C|fifc QIO 9%<3— Pimples on tbe 

lace of young people. 

<a9 Q§a1~s. 9— G9en<3 q% «%?fl— Tbe 4th da 7 of 

Jaba chaturtbi tbe bright lunar fortnight of 

Baisakha, 

399— S. 9 (flQ+OC^ a!%+9<§ a)— 1 I S9SIQ— 

Jabaja 1. Nitre. > \ qjiS— 2. AjwSn. « I 

©9fllQ;9iqaiaQ%« (^VW)— 3. Arrow- 


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• ~* culata (plant). 

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Jabadosha a§)9l 39IQIQ G9«*— A line like a 

badey-grain appearing on some gems and 

considered as a blemish. 

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jaba dwlpa gqi^i 6 «G3/a*Q w*)!?^ «?$&— 

The Java island in tbe Indian axclsar 

pelago. [9— <«a9»IQW% ^ ^ a ^L 

s39g1a %9iai4i"aw,j0 9«j9Kl« ^i^q 
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oocrowlfliGss sigil^ AM 0OlQlGQia9gl8G9 
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a9Q-«. 9 ( SLai^=*§3© 9^91+9^. «9)— 1 .1 
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€9il ; G9€l9GQ«i «Q9 f 9IQ91, S£H 6 
SflGQa— 3. Arabia^ Persia, Turkey and 
Ionia ( Greece ). * I ( +«*9Q<n a© )— 
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5, A non-Hindu j an Ionian} a Greek, 
^ I ( Olfl ) OIQQQQ — S. Name of a non- 


Hindu king of ancient India. [ Q — 
-4 WIG9Q9 QQ 9^9% ^9lO^^)€ltQl 3QQ 

GQI9GQ •<! Qflfl^O G9IQ?ieQ I ] 9 I fl©- ! 
^G«« — 7. Name of a sage, r | ( O^ai^ 

—GQQGQ 0© $W+§p.«©)— 69 G— 
— 8. Speed; velocity, c I (+Q^|. 2lff ) 

-— -qq €1^ iq si^ — 9. A fleet horse; steed . \ 
qr. 9 — GSWKJ — Speedy; swift-footed, 

Jabana dwishta Bdellium. 

Jabana pura The ancient Indian name of 

Alexandria 

dOOiq — **. 9— 9QO— Black pepper, 

Jabana priya ] 

0QOl^[fli— 9°. 9. — G&it©^ Q& 9MQI ©G^<? ] 
Jabanacharjya a§© ; — (Q — ^Q9 9§Q oiqr gg'GQ 
awl^aW «©Q ^Offl GQQ «S^; 9S|9Q8 
•0©C|q fcG^tfl (Ptolemy) sbq gl^ GO c )IQ€0 1 
a^OfllO^Qan ©qsatQ ag I)— An author 
on astronomy quoted by Barahamihira 
and other Hindu astronomers, 

QQ9I3 — flr\ 9 (399 + 301)— ^ I aQg^ aiol, gl« 289 

Jabananl QI9$Q ^§ — H The alphabet of the 

Jabanas 5 (Arabic, Persian, Greek)— 

(Q_aie,©eQ saoQi«i mo, QGas «g— 

(Q. a) — 5 I qplGI q<8l— 2 The language 
of the Jabanas. g°. Qtf— a90€Qal^; 
AQI9I- Relating to the Jabana country." 

SQOIQ— 3°. 9 (aM»-©IGKI9Q+«Q;*q1 «©)— 
JabanSri dQ99 Olfll^Q— A name of Srlkrushn.* 

Jabanala <L | d|9*( 9G€I^J G9al»; 919% ©a^j 
(a©^q"afl3 OT*ai©i (a««2 QQ a© I ^W 9icr 
9I90IQ; G©l^1©!j flOl ?!9I% Gdl%fi? OIQM ^< |) 
©aiQlOj ©ft'jg) 1 Broom Cor^ Sorghum 

^rtaOTC Saccharim. j | sa9©61Q ffgl— 

2. Barley-straw- 

9©©lO©— 9° 9.— Q991Q — Carbonate of potash; 

Jabanalaja nitre 

QQOI4— 9. 9 foW)— 9^©l GQ€IQ <9 aiQl© Q©1; 
JabanSs wa 9^91^9 9©l —Name of an ancient 

king of Mitm'la. 


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1- A screen, '-j | qqi$ $|$ — 2. A screen 
pfoloth 5 curtain. *> 1 3QfQ €^aiG« 6$q 
©QIQ Ql©— 3. A screen round a tent. 

4. A drop scene. + 1 QQOtf; dOQdfl — 

5, A muslim lady; a Jabana lady. 9 I 

gaifi — 6. Carrawayj ajwam 
qq©©i 9©©— <ar. $ (#q,1 ©o) — ssssatf; ao-MMQ 91 
Jabanika patana 9«h^CMQ «QQ^ G3SCQ QfcV- 

The falling of the dropscene. 

as»a— *." e. 31 ( w©+« )— * i. awqfe aoQsil — 

Jabani 1« A Jabana lady; a muslim women- 
J I qjalf — 2. Carraway seedj ajwan^ 

togo?-?. 9 ( i3w+Q9-»9if© )— * 1 ski — 

Jabaneshta 1. Lead. s\ flQO — 2. Black- 

pepper. * 1 GAS 89©— 3. Onion, v 1 
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$eem tree, p | qiqq — 6, Carrot. 9 I 

gK»Q9— 7. Turnip. 

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jabs phala 1. Bamboo ? | 9$ISirsfl— 
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medicinal plantj Wrightea Antidysen- 
terica. v | QQ3Q (69«)— 4, Indrajaba 
(See) * | acj© (q. «j.)~5» Onion. ? | 
S>l4« (S- a)— 5. Bamboo. 9 I as 9a 
(§• a,) (W«)— 7. Plaksha (See) 

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barley^ 

Jaba madhya oi^ «9M«ii aai^ «I^iQ a€ifll«l 

$998 Q9IQ . fig 3€>0Q °'%. ?f fll 0a ^ 

glfOIOi Q^IQ^aQOQGQ^— 1- A kind of 
penance by which the quantity of one's 
usual food is lessened day by day ducing 
the dark fortnight and is again incre- 
ased day by day during the bright 

fortnight till it reaches the normal 

quantity 

3 \ an QffGQ sflig iweas ( «. a. )— 

2* A kind of sacrifice which takes 5 days- 

%, 9<a— si9iQ ^q q$ aeaai flaigo ^s— 

HaTing the middle thicker or wider 

than the ends 

Jabamadhya aeQIWM, QgQ si ai^QQ ^9Q 

Name of a Sanskrit metre of 3 linesj 

the middle line having one syllable 

more than the remaining two* 

jaba mantha Flour of powdered barley. 

Jaba rOtika Roll or bread made from barley- 

meal» 
flQOQ— ^. ^— as©Ga < a — A kind of bird* [ ^ — 
Jabalaka G^^^WfiGQ <J^(Q ^1°^ «J9» QQ, dOO d 

JabalSsa Nitre. 

QQ «^— «. Q (fiw + a^)— «W S9«; 09 aiQ^ q© 

Tabosaktn QQ ^Q ^91 OQI — Powdered fried 

barley* 
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Jaba sarkara from boiled barley. 

61Q fllQ-^. $— <Q9«1Q €IIQ — A kind of potherb, 
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6 3Q€QQO— 9. a. J 
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barley flour made to the deceased 

ancestors. 

<3M— a\ 9 (4* aiq»-s=5s © $qqi+g$. aq)— 

Jabasa ^ | &#; 013—1. Grassi meadow-grass. 

5 I GOI%<? OQ — 2 - ^dder (Apfee). 3. §><a« 

fawi-O «!(+«$*«)— «W3— Able 

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Jaba sura distilled from boiled barley 

<aQi€i— g°. § ( q # a^-=a 3© qq9H- : q£ *»^)— 

JabSgU ^ |.(QI9iq 33© QQSII4) G|Q; SQQtf 
OQGQ 9©«lQQ9l OOq/fr-l* Gruel made 
of barley. j| a©Q Q|.«t$QQ QlSil 6fil9ltf- 
2. Fermented barlej water or rice- 
water, [q— -€§*oioflOGQ <9i cqcflQ aen, 

GiGlg-r q*. s> i9$ ffio)^Q^Q ^jal (§. a)— 

Jabagra The chaff of barley. 

<a©ig©— s°. s> (w+«ge>— ^ i stosio (go«)— 

JabSgraja 1. Jabakshara (See). ^ | q«|gf — 

2 r Ajwan; carra&ay seed. 

<3©IG (G©<ilO)— efG9. 9. 6 M—Q9I0 Q«*I9 (G®«): 
Jaban (etc) JabSn etc (See). 


flQKf— *•. w.qr.{3«>— CW+«+« ai§_+S><§*a )— 
JabSna CQCIQlOj ^^©aifll — Swift; fleet, 

<asia-s B . $> ( as+a+si. a*%*©<fb*4-$l$ )— 

Jabani fiia^il— Ajwaa^ ear r a way. 

(fl9ieei — a©iq,a) cwrft roms* 

qei, <»©, qooa, W©> QW W, 
«^g©, <w©l€*> a«»1 

flQlQ— 3. 9 (00+ Wfi; #$ ©£j)— «©9Q«Q — 
Jabanna Boiled barley t 

JabSpatya Saltpetre; nitre. 

TOig— ST, 9 (TO+ag) — ^ I. QldlaiQ?-l-SDnt 

Jabamja gruel. .J I S©Q ©I? — 2. Stale 

barley water. «> | QQio — 3, Barley- 

K gruel. 

Jabasa qcMj 3$Bq» O^Kfl— 1- A prickly 
plant ; Hedyseram Alhagi [a©«i 3. 


©la— b©% ■»«*©, «;st ©«^©i/<s6<3wp y . 
aaiq, *©ff©l^.e»M, w©, 019, GO©©©!, 
©$©«*©, 09a, .^qoq* ^fifq; $9Mi9i, 
«j9«1, «sp*% §©<»©, *9gi9f 36©'3 W , 

WW*W> *W?* a ^> ; a ®Kl©, ^» %©l€l©> 
^qq^.2. As sort of catechu. 

jabasasarkara gigaGQ Q€^) — Sugar made from 

JabSsa plant. 

Jabishtha q9l— 1. Very ybung^ too "young. 

(SWtf— tf) ^ I Q©*3— 2. i'om^gest. 9. <. | ^, 
910 qQ; W^l- 1 - Ths youngese 
brother. > ! acT (^j'«)— 2 - Fire . * ' 

3. Name of a Yedid sstgeV 

0<aqro— «»•■ «- 4*- to® +^o, w. w)— t \ ao 

JablySn q.91 — I. "Very young* > | ©Si£|IQ; 

Younger^ yonnge% of the two. ^>. ^ 
a€J^i|OI^9tegQ— One's younger brother, 

jabodbhaba - Saltpetre. 

ao(«l§)— V. — SffflO Oft^li g «^ QWI— To ooha- 

jabh(root) bit. to copulate. 

q^q— .q»> (Q©«l%+Q9. a©)-G<raG> — Copulation 

Jabhana sexual intercourse. 

Qa(ell9)— a 8 A I $Q© GWr— I.To cease; to refrain, 
fam(root) ? I GK«^i QQ^Ii GQS9I— 2. To 
serve or distribute food in dishes. 
• I GO*? GQQIi GQ§©I— 3. To encom- 
pass. v I QTO 9Q91 — 4- To restrain; to 
curb; to check. # I GQQI-— C To offer-, 
to givej to bestow, ? | fifQI — 0. To 
go. 5> I Q«fo ©Q9I-7- 7._ To extend; to 
increase. r | GQ3IQQI— & To exhibit; 
to>how. Q | qiqo ©QQI— 9* To bring 
up| to rear. ^» | qq qqq\ — 10. To 

stop; to suppress. 

Jam-ba oo GWI— To gather; to assemble ; to 

accumulate. 


«fl. 


( 9W* ) 


aw 


§ Jaroa 1» Twiuj born together. f\ q« €9IQ^9I — 

2, Coupled (Apte), q». §— <^ | qqq 
Q£}|C^e6$l — 1 One of the twin-born; 
a twin 5 I (+ Q© a) aqQflWOieSfl ©€>V 

QQ9i g3qo si ai?r© oe^nod si 3©— 

2 * Any moral or religious duty or 
observance. [q_$q@ qqq Ofl q*4hl€Q ^°f 
CQft ofjaegj-aoew, mi, fl«i> «8°9i, Qfl, 
«fl$ # *IK>, SSI9, flw/i 6 ««fe> CQ§ 69© 

as ** -goi o^ae^-as^i, toiooo, 9$och> 
«»q©i (a0Q39), acgsj^ {a6cpa c s) 1 safl 6 

^SaiQ) atQQ «€}69 1 ecpwoa M* 9 

€S>GR GG», 31$ QfllOQ€l QQOIIO 9Q G9«>Q 
©^tQQ^l-QGQ t©t ff&Sv «$©£?« (gfr^eei 
■*» TftWf )-=-• ! g°9fl; QQS} ©99 — 

3. Self-control; self-restraint. v ( 
( -J.Q$,ia) 9*f0l9IQ €j§W€t« — 4.Name 
of a«agc who composed a Hindu law- 
book #l OIQ- «ja — 5. Crow. $\ a$€j$ — 
& The planet Saturn 9. I: «£$©> Q?4 
OQGIQ— ^ The Hindu God of death and 
king of the Hell (corresponding to the 
Greek god Pluto presiding over the 
Hedes). 

[<Q— 9ffl«K3r ®Q«€Q 949Qie ©GSjl 3§IQr 

a^a%q© ©1© t « wwraic*? bwWiq ■ 

•9q,Q9gfa$§j QQQ <39W Q9i 6 QQ©8 

■asflffgg.^&wrQ qpaisn 1 o oiolqioqr »Q9GQ 
<9l^9 eitfoi «acta saw/; sw s9<a$ 

QJ^I. Q5 ; <9lfiJ -flflj- ©*q.§( Se©1© CKMhQ 

eia e^hq ci£gq G£$Q«ai«§6 GagiQ 
saflQTQ ww on -399$ ®^,Q r w, 9#9Q, 

9IQ, WIS, ^©1^ «iQS©a, Qg^JQ, Q^IQ, 

99, as*, ag'qe, ai^ v j a€Q©9Q, 0G9©q&, 
a©a©, esfeg^i q«ii», -flg^e^flawiWj 

^€QiQQ^ ©*, ©$qg 1 5 r 1 ( +QQ- * ' 


esra- agt9Qsi9 99$ 9 ©S^a w« *wwr- 
oigq ©eaia; eaidQ «oeciif acrflyeQ ga^ 

-^8. Religious abstraction from the 

^ world andconcentration on the Ego ; the 

first stop in the exercise of Joga- 

[ Q-^ew Qiaos noom .-*cr aai— qa, 

9511^1] <!!*$ q^lq QIQ^ Ql 41190- 

: ^. Religious restraint. K* l©€JQ; ©9^— 

10. Cessation; stoppage. *A I Q9^?IQ; 

GOT) «§, ^W-^-H. €on©tusion; the end. 

V I g!^?^^-12. Religious penaitieej 

purificatory oeremony; expiation^ t* I 

^1—13. Death. V» I 0@^ 01—14. 

Forbearance. SX | QQQ :9C€lfl— 15. 

Name of a festival. X9 Y qp; 9a a— 

16. Couple; a brace* a pair- \$ \ jgq 

QMQ §00^^17, Name of a group of 

deceased progenitors of mankind. 

(€j>— 4$ft. WhAqIQOIQ, Q©"€*55T 9ft '09^ 

- ■■"€5flr<T ®o wwi-fl— a«, ^9, q^P, 

^ ^QM4I/ 9eQl<?Q 5 ©e 4 ©^9 1 J 
tr-|qqQi€fcll9f ffisl% 40©Q— 18. One 
of a pair or coup!e ; a fellow ( Apte ). 
*£<!IOQ ^€1*11 — 19. The number two 
< Apte >. j* 1 (WQSl) 9j_QClQ <W 

^otso oi«o ^>3 ( aaF-$, |, q, <a 1 )— 

20. (grammar) The twin letter of a 

consonant ( Apte ). j< | ( gcrlo ) ^QQ 

. q©©| — 21. ( music ) Pitch of the voice 

{ Apte ). J) I 91^ ( 9. €J ) — 22. The 

air. 

ddwa — 91. 9 ( *. Q 9 ao^J—aflgg— The abode 

Jama 31a of Jama. { Q— AG© 3Q Ql^© 

^Rtsra fi€Q a«iaGo— <5«S*9. «9i^Q© ^o 1 ) 
cw9— a. q (afl + ^iea© )— v 1 aw g^ip ^% 

Jamaka ^9©Q — 1. One of the twins, > ( 

ggfl— 2. Self-control. * 1 SPiMIQ- 
«€««; <« QI^GQ Mia 9i«0 Q&fll&liS » 

CW€Q gdlOQI * QQIQ) — 3. A figure of 


090 


( 999* ) 


QqQl 


speech; analogue; a species of allitera- 
tion; repetition, of similar words or 
letters or sentences in various parts of 
the same stanza, v I €>£ftb€! —4. 
Bestraint, check ( Apte ). * | QQ\<$\Q 
Q&Q-4Q- — 5- One of a pair t Apte ). $ \ 
®Q<§ 9|1^6. A double bandage (Apte). 
^ ©si— ^ I OlttGI — 1.- Twin; born- 
twin ( Apte ), ? I 'GWQg'a; 99«— 
2. Two foidi double \ ( Apte ), ( qT_ 
3PIQOIQ ©GO €JQ»©« G9«! I ) GO. 9— 

t&Q gfllGgO; 4$<IQ — Pomp} splendour; 

3TOIW grandeur. GO. Q$l — i I a^Qfl^ — 

1. Splendid^ pompous., —jM.OJwoq— 

2, Pleasing to the ear- ( gj — q$ sgig 

wo, G06© sag— q*.- Ggaqai©* i ) 

€lfl 0©6Q ©§©l — GO. $ —3© G$9I; flQQI— To die; 
Jama katire basiba to breathe one's last* 

*K33 $n§ *tf*ri [q — oigi $06© as? g$g© §q 
wttautAon «g$ ©q o3g© moo i $s3°9- 

MiqQ©. g§ i 3 

©3 OQQO— S. 9<8. 9? («1 «9 >.— qo— Dead. 
Jama karagata (^ — COIQ G$6© ftQGS 3fl 

Oa3QQG©l — *l) 0Q30— q% € 0. fl^iqQQ 9©) 

©0©G Q — GO. $ . Ofl— *a iGQOGQ j tf^qOGQ — 
Jamakare With pomp and splendour, 

CTTOT, 3nrw% ( Q— a© GflQG© Gq^Q ©Q G9 
^to*ta §©G© ©orf <3Q— ftoiq qiaip 9191 1 ) 

©fl 0'9Q— ST. ^|1 ©^) — SW$0— 

Jama kimkara Messenger of death. 

aa $$— a. s— «. i sg§ a $ a '0; 9!stGa<£ eaio— 

Jama klta 1. Sand-borer insect 3 \ W, 

60*21—2. Earthworm (Apte) «• | qk> 

Oil GQIO— 3. Wood louse (Apte). 

$3fl«|»— ». 0— ?«,-- 

Jamafeila Bishnu (See) 

fl flqt G©T? ©i-6Q. §— 3Q91— Death. (Q— G9I931© 
Jamaku bhetiba 39$ SQ?G© SflGJ— qWO- 

mi& VWX *W% sftsTCT W^jQ©. 9© I) 

Jama glta Name of treatise in the 


A 


gm Purana # relating to the God 


Jama. 


0fl gifl— 3. 3— jagg.0— The abode of Yama; 
JamagrSma ($ — © O^T QigCQ G9$9©aa/a — 

qt?o. wi©q©. ao) 
©5W&-e. o— <> i Gonocsig qi*i ©€<§» 010 6 

Jama ghan$a ©StfQ aq$ GaiOOGSS— 

(Astrology) An inauspicious conjunction 

of some weekdays with certain 

asterisms. [ qi— '4Q wq$ GQloq^O 

oooioco— swi 01 ayerifi^fl ©m I 

GSKWOGQ— q«il 01 OGftH I 

9gi°09IQgq— goh^i qi aoqat, aq^ o l 

OQtfil ' 

^qiqgq— ogi oi ao'i I 

q^OISGQ— flOl/ ecfalQI, GQ0S3 01 

WOIQGQ— «« 01 GqQeil \ 
fl^OIOGQ — QOSil 01 aOQ^ll QS^fllO ,a§»GQ 
<9 G0IO <3Gt I <% ©3tQGQ Wl, 0^1910 
09021 0|Ch ©^ <?> I ] > I OI^O q<J Q090I 
(0. €!•) — 2. The first day of the bright 
lunar fortnight of KSrttika. « | qgq- 
OG€l«; QO^IO 9^ — 3 - The name of a 
son of demon Rabana. ( ^ — 919* 

oiqo« Q^o^t m oq ^aaq QQ— qs. 

eSeottaoow i] 

0^00— GO. 0— afl^Q — 

Jamaghara The abode of Yama, 

CWQ— e. 0«i (cifl +00^ ai%+ot|. »)—<?. 1 aiaoi;: 

Jamaja 9TOIO— 1. Twin; born together. 

/ I W^; ^9*1 — 2 * Closely resembling 

each other. 

dfloql-s. o« (afl+«a aift+«4- w) -qcw^ s *flGh- 

Jamaj ayi Immorta 1. 

( astoo^-ao^a ) 
aqft«— 60. 0— w«o ( go« ) 

Jama jhala Jamajhaja (See).; 

flq ©as— «. (aa+©Q«)— asi oi^o Socww^ oaVi- 

Jama tarpana 0€iO!"^An oblation of water to 
the Jama class of the Manes, 

agei— 9, (Qfl+qo. 01)— q9t— 

Jamats Death. 




( 999+ ) 


iaflfi^ft 


Jamadagni Name of a sage; the father of 

Parsurama. 

famadamshtra jaws of death, JUa^ g Ql§}$ 

cii^q ©S^i gaq, fiitFGQ ssiqgq cw * 

9919 9GS<3 QSj €114-2. Particular periods 
during the months of Aswina and 
Karttikaj regarded as a period of 
general sickness and mortality, f Q — 

QI91 ©191 siogq si§g fliqQ'caq no eo 6 
ag oi€Jq to €W9*|i sg* i 9191Q wiq 

fl©GQ OI^OQ G^g SAO QQ 6 ffldSQQ 

$8G9€I ag— Q. a."] 

flQQ^— e.$>(g,a.GQ) — VI Q9I99— 1. Death penalty. 

Jamadanda / 1 qs^— 2* Death. ( q— gq. 

9$% Gfli QSI GQ9$? 6WG9— 
O^^n. «G€l|^0^— 9. QlO ) 

• I ( QIAO©"}' STOW* £&|$G9 $91 
Q® r GQ4ft% <9®Q — 3, (cheiromancy) 
One of the lines on the brow of a man. 
[^-^-aSH GQ«tfQ«W^99S l] v 1 ($><|to£) 

CKiq©W ^O 9«&Q 99 91 0^—4. The 
sceptre said to be held by Jama. 

00,919-69. $,'(*, jaflaio) * 1 $q^ siflfGQ aeaiQ- 

Jamadarjha ^Q^ $s»j QSiQ— 1. Name of a 
TORI Sword, sharp on both sides; double edged 
3U4tld, WRRTC sword. ( SflQIQ — aswQQ ) 

[$— "9I§>iQ QQ €15191©* 919— 9I8GR 

, fll9l G93 SGsya" QR. s3G9S€I$>QIS I J 

> 1 (tf. OWJi) sjciq «9M; qcj£«i — 

2. Attack of death; jaws of death, 

CIP $©«B— gi, 9. (*. €W§CI^I)— Qfl§gqi ( G99 ) — 

Jama dutis Jama dwitiya (see) 

Jama duta G3S$ QQifllG© ^WI^Q a©i^ qgq© 
Q$e[G)$ GQ9I9IQ m§«l- Messengers sent 
by the God of death to take the depart- 
ing souls to hell. j\ gg^QQ 1 qq 9QSIOIQ 
Q^Q^-2. Persons having fearful 
appearance like the messengers of the 

God of death. 


CJfljJO®— *. 9 (Sa§€> + G)— .MSW^fc (69«l) — 1. 

Jamadalaka Jamaduta (see). 5 | Qigg gjgg — 

2« Rook; Carrion crow. 
Qfl<g®9l— £. 9 — G©2«— ■ 

janxadntikS Tamarind. 

30 G99©| — *. 9 (999 I §»4I9IQG9QQ130)— QQfll 9* 

Jama debata $$1 9S$— The second asterism 

Qfl G93— G9. ©— flflqa — The abode of ama 
Jama desa (€J— <J «g 9l©GQf 9G9 99 €9€1 I 

^°<5>. 99l^Q®. «l<? I) 

Q3 9IQ — ^. $ — *| q^iji ^|Q— 1. The death's door. 

Jama dwara 3 \ Sfl^QQ QG9a 88—2. The door 

(Qa ^BIQ— G9€l£» ^a) leading to hell 

03 9IQ%€3§ (£Gft% 91^9) €BQQI- G9. S-WQ 

Jama dwararu pheri (leuti, bahurdi) asiba) qc^Q 

^C5f^ ^T^TC^ ^RWI^ ©90% QfllfllQ 9«9I— To 

=al*ldLK^ ^t^flf escape from the jaws of death. 

<aq ^»aqi— «.©— oio^ojeIIj 91^*0 qs^«£[l [ <% 90 

Jama dwitiya QQdlaiGa qQ^9^l«a W sia^l d 

1»(Whlk ^1^5l?n Q§IQ OQ^]~The 2nd day of 

5OT N gd1*r, Wr|^ the bright fortnight^of Karttika. 

Gfl _S-?-^- 9— 55»1 cis (9. a) 

Jarria druma Silk-cotton tree. 

Jama dhSra Jamadarjha 1 (See) 

aflQ-g, * («. at^.+ Q9. ao) — t I 9«Q; 91^91 — 
Jamana 1. Binding. > \ ©G^O; SS19Q— 
2. Controlling; restraining; checking 
* I Q9QS; ©9^. 9Qfl — 3. Cessation, 
stoppage, v 1 6gQQ_-4, Cutting. * 
WIS— 5 . Destruction, f> \ Qigff- €)q 
O^a© — 6. Governing; managing (Apte). 

9 1 (+«|. ao) astqe— 6 . The God o. 

death f 

flfl€>Q— G9- ©— «a 9G«^ (-Oft SieiGQ 0G9^ G99©l. 

Jamanika as^) — (Q— c 39^9 QGd Q& si9s J — 

aiOl. Q«qi9W I) 
Ofl$Q|— ^. « (3fl..8t^."=»9^ «Q9I+9Q^1. ao + 
Jamanika Q+a)— ^ I SW&9 (e9fl))— 1. Jama- 
nika ( See ). 3 I 393©! — 2. Screen 

( Apte ) m 

<aq ©qq-^. ^ (wq) — «ami, toi, «6g^, 9§Q*h 

Jama niyama 6 39^99 <9 *t aq 6 qi&il^^ 
G€Jlo» g€^l<3 6 Oa^ilQ ©^!— Acts of self- 


gae$1 


( 9999 ) 




restraint and habitual practice o 
saintliness enjoined by the SSsbras* 
[Q— m > QGQ-*13I GO« I ] 

Jama patni The queen of God Jama- 

<aa 9&— to. © (e. sg+e&l)— e^qgo- 9i»,sag*GQ 

Jama pSSji SGQiO Qi§q 919 q^NQ §919 GQaiGM— 

TORI ^feft, ffcgiTC*! *IRS?l The almanac or the 

qrofeft daily ledger of a person's sins and 

good deeds kept in the court of Jama. 

flfl aigT €9lg©l— TO. $ — qpl W G99I — The 

Jama paH]i pochhibS approach of death; 

^TC^ra ^^ $$& impending death. [ q — ©lite* sa 

TO yji^filiR* 6€>IQ G9I§Q® 918 I $9$«9. 

(Qfl 9|£§ 69lg9l— «©«i%a WlflQ©. Q9 I ] 

aoqQ(Q)— s._9 (wl ©©; 39+*$v*D— <> i ©e»- 

jamapura(rl) 1. The hell. 9 \ aaq&w qpaKfc 
Q8M «3!— 2. The capital of God Jama. 

flflqQ^jt G9«©l— TO. §— 9OT QQ9I— To murder; 
Jamapuraku peshiba to kill, [$— G8€9 q$TO 

wjcs «tfet=i g* sggieQ geq i $$3*9. wiqw. 

(QflaQqLaoi[co]Q©l— a»i^,9] 

««&%— *. «— 1 ITO$fl fe. «)— 1, The banian 
jamapriya tree. ;| q£q OS— 2. The "fig tree. 

JamabSn ©6C© £|* *9Si1— One who has subdued 
(€iqQ«Sl— ql) his passions. 

JamabasJ qj 9©-^Deadj killed. [ q — G5«"q G€l 

jama bahaca Buffalo. 

( eg Qa— BQiqp ) (sag 91910- gig^g) 

flq ^O— s. § ( a^+5© )— gsatf seag. S g a |Q q QO 

Jama brata g^jQ aag^fl^ij siqg QQQI— 

Impartial government of the 

offenders by the king. 

Jama bhagini River JamunS personified. 

Jama bhaya The fear of death, 


<aa ara— e. 9. (g. a eg; sg+gis)— ©1^0 aw— 

Jama masa The month of Karttika. 

flfl SQfli-s. 9. ( g. a. G<3; sag+a^i )— v 1 gq$ 

Jama jantranS 2l©SGr© 3^1 — 1. The pangs 
(Q5I JaiQQI— «KH%a) of death. 9 I ©Q© 3^1— 

2. The punishment of 
sinners in hell. * t ( Oatiiei ) «© 

$^>Q Wl90— 3. (figurative) Horrible 
torture^ extreme pain. 

<aa q(Q)©i— to. ^. (e. gaq©)— q«3S «*o *3«<— 

Jama ra(ra)ja The God of death, 

aflQGQt — TO. Q—qc^— Death. 
Jamarabheta (Q— «IQ GQlQGS^ Q?Q G9fe «IQ 
^5^ 'CT CTtt «IQ6^ Q9Q TO^^OCI I) 

aflQ*(0) — «. ^». (Jagq© 5 ag+q»ai$=qg 9IQ9I+ 
Jamar5t{ja) Qg. © s)_ q^©. ^©|^. q^q©—- 
The Hindus' God of death. 

dflffi— gr. 9, ( ag v ai§H-Q#. ao ) — ^ 1 qp. €9191— 

Jamaja 1. A pairj a couplej a brace* j I ^Q 
Mil — 2. The number two (Apte)_ m | 

^QiQog ^gecagj fiimioo ( go« )— 

3. Twin trees of Bxundabana; Jamal- 
Srjuna (See), v I 69191$ <W— 4. One of 

a couple (Apte), 
ClflQ@Q — 3. 9. (Q9§1$; s3flQ+aQ) — Q«Q gs (GQfl ) 
Jamalachchhada Kanchana tree (See) 

cjqo q«o— e. ^. (9^19)— «^g (gq^) 

Jamala patraka KarabI ( See ) 

gflQei— 9. $ 6 m # «l. ( swo+^a^+Q|. ©^g )— 

Jamalasa fljaQi §^ ««OIm1 «| 6 €11$) — 

(a woman or cow) Giving birth to 

€ twins. 

Jamalarjuna Name of twin trees of Brunda- 
bana which were snapped asunder by 
Srikiushna when he was a mere child, 
[Q— %TOQW 0<WJ5>Q 6 fliidfc ^G9 TO 
9Q Q^^iiGQ QQ a G9IQ ^laK?«5r ^GCT 
Q*3IGQ 4)91 Q^gQI C3lC «>IQQ fl $*? 

319^ 9IQn3lOI9QGQ O 99^% Q& 9QIQ 

< W© fliafl 5 «Q^Gffli 1] 


9flQl 


( 9999 ) 


SN« 


jam all (sai— sjai-oQQ, firtol-GQa© , <3ioq- 

QlSQ) — A dress consisting of 2 pieces. 

Qa GQQ— *. 9. (as+Gq©)— <aa oiw Hogm? 6 

Jama loka S3q©qr ^IflgiQ— The abode of the 
manes called 'jama' and of God Jama. 

(eg qpo, gq qe«, sraqgi — aotqs) 
QflGQ© GQai(6ei)QQI — GQ. $— COfaS 91§q[ <?©<ll 
amaloka dekha(khe)iba QQ9I — To kill some- 
*r c*t1^ cf*rfa *ra ^te f^rrm one. 

Qfl GflQ GQ®$l fc GQ. $ — 3QQI; giMIICI ©QQI — 
Jama loka dekhiba To die^ (q — 3QQQ1QGQ 
^ C^rt^P OT* 6Q9GR Qfl GQQ I $3*9. WIQQQ 
TOT oifa ^PfT qq l) 

$33 3Q— ST. 9. ( ? €>©; afl+QQ )_ a qg ft Q. gq_ 
Jama sabha The court of the Q-od of death. 

aa g©oi— gq. ^»— aflog qi qs^Gqa o q§ $§qiq 

Jama sahiba S>$Qg$l— Being permitted or sui- 
iTORTfiinraT feied by the God of death to live. 
(aai— < Q«3f% aq qqgq qqi g$9 l) 

Jama sat Death. 

Oaa qictjo— acfl i\%s) 

Ofl 3|fcl© — ST. $—333 Qiao— Abstinence; self-res- 
Jama sadhana traintj self-control. 

(q— Qfl -> ©G© tlOl G*5>« I] 

cwe-a. ^. (i°) ( as +«_ »!%+©$. ©,g )-qa«i— 

Jamasu The sun. q. (aj)— . G qq a] ©ia*©| qq 

gq$ QGQ — A mother of twins. 

<afl GgSm— 9°. §. (Q^OjflJ—GSIQ" «»€««« G9ICK3Q 

Jamasurjya g^T $^Qq_ 6 ao<i GQIOgQatf 

Qffflft GSIQAM— A building with two 

halls or rooms^ one facing the south 

and one facing the west (Apte). 

<aa $si- a D . Q. 4). { #q1 QOj aq+^q=^Sg )— 

Jama BwasS ^ I S3 01 Q<31 — 1, The river 
Janiana. 3 i qcJl — 2. Goddess Dnrga; 
the wife of MahScfeba (Apte). 

aaqi e^«ii oig,— <a°. g$ rare— ots 0191 s« qqi 

Jamasya karuna nasU Olg — (a saying) Death 
is relentless. [0,— ^ Q Q*i§ 2Q^ 
QOO gqg $4 l] 
•03 1 (Q©il9) — GS>G9. Q 6 $4 6 3. Qfl-Odi QMQ 
Jam5 (etc) (G9fl) Jama etc ( See ) 


<aqi(Qq)QQi — gq, 4* — 1 1 miqqi (g<w) 

Jama(rae)iba 1. Jamaiba ( See ) 

y i a<3fl,Q qsqigq Gaiqsisi QQQI— 2. To 
start very pompously with a procession. 
<aS!$(<0O (OS*!*?)— G?G9. 9— ©flISJ© QOHIQ (GQfl) 
Jamau(e)t (etc) Jamaufe etc. ( See ) 

93io a(Q)Q WQ v — g^gq (ffi)9-qqQqi««? aiQseas- 

Jamadi a(u)l"awal The name of a Mahomedan 
W^tfr^T 5 l , «« f T; <!4|lftsieia|*W month. (9IS©G& {Dq 

SQ-S I) 

©qiQ aerate— q&gq (®\) ^— qgQflioqr «iq §gs^ — 

Jamadi as-sani The name of a month of the 
«1fraw»llfi; qwR^WJMlgft Mahomedan. calendar 

(flISQGQ *19I G^W) 

QQIQI— QIGQ (Qq,^g.Q) G?G9. Q fffl) (90. §.©fl|©|)_ 

JamSna ggq; qp. ©|q ; aao — Time, epooh. 

[Ml— Gfll QfllOIGQ <1 Ol^i G9IQ 0I@* I) 

Qfll<a— ^. 9. qj— qjwfl3 QQiqi— The carraway 

Jamani ajwan ; Carum Carui; Carnm Captioam, 

(aqi©oi— 9©*i%a) (Q—^qiol vg^iQ— ^\— 
si.— Q^Q^Gfiwaflifl, aflia,waflio1, QiQSoaqica, 
aQW,ij«ooi,aai© f aQ3i9 6 G^ig^ra aaiol i) 

QfllQOQ — S. ^ ( ^1 ©©) — Q«t§« — A servant o r 
Jamanuchara attendant of Jama. 

(jaqioci-^-aoi^s) 

QfllOOl— «.«.<! — (^1 ©«) — a«» 01 cwa— The river 
jamanuja Jamuna- 

jamantaka Sq. q^lGQ9 — Mahadeba. 

OQIQ— ^. 9. E£ (>^ ©O— Mj- Bishnu. 

jamari (i3«lQ9, SflQ, — SOi^a) 

QQiQq— e. 9— (^sJ ©©; efl+aoq)— aflflq— The 

Jamalaya abode of the God of death, 

Jami (etc) Jami etc (See) 

0pQ!QfQ)(QS>il9)— G^GQ.Q— ©WQ|Q(q)q«)<)IQ (GQ«I) 

Jamidara(rl)(etc) Jamidara(ri) etc (See). 

a «Q|— «• 5— * I ©9^1 (G0«1)— 1- JamibS (See) 

Tamiba ^ | <g|§|, Qii «l^) WoGQ flfiGWi 9? 

^D 3Tlwr QflQ 90^41 9QQI — 2. To attract a 

crowd of spectators, «> i ( 6QQI )— 

»99Q O G^IQ <3©i!0GR 6a G9IQ Q^^l ^>! 


oft 


( 999T ) 


S6*W©* 


€«I9 QOI^ ©!©©! — 3. (a horse) To stand; 
still or to dance at the same place 
without proceeding further, v | (eaiq- 
QWI, $a©l©> SI95t,QSq 69©l— 4. (A pro- 
cession) To be pompous^ 
a «fl— *,«. <fl— («+*«)— 3« Q$$l QflOKWI— 
Jami ?he river Jamuna, fc. $«• ©(38©/ 

Self-controlled . (g^ Q9iQ?-« *f*F 3®w- 

* 6 SKf ^goc^QCjg* i q© em S9i esia' 

9$1© g9©8 3©lg l) 

Jamuna n)—K I ^Qlj ©©Kff; ©0©G| — 1. The 

Goddess Durga. 9 | Q^QqQOQ ©<3l- 

(*• ©W— ©OGKM, ©©Q- 5>G£IS — 2, The river 

©QS1, ©1©©1, ©©©i^©l Jamuna which rises from 

©0© ©Ml, ©9® 3PI> the south of the Hima- 

©19% 9931, Gfl^fll, la y as and falls int0 the 

Gal, 93© M, «Wffl,' Ganges at Allahabad after 

'flfln ©Ml, Mt^©!) a course of B78 miles. 

Lo— «9i @«i«qQ ©a dra© q^ow ©IS© 

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$<i 1 iaooi ©<3Q«GQ ©*l agi, fla© <§ 
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©I©i9a©l»l ©©Q6© 1] G©.©,^— ^tefl©© 1 

©*l99l ©19 — A- name given to women. 

Gjqei ©aa-6©. w— (a^©K}«a GgQ Qq &*> ?^, 

Jamuna kaiiS G©« $3©C© 6 «j89l©©GQ 0l©fl©ft- 

s^ptf ^sntft ©l©^IQ 6©IQlfii €0IS© ©Q 99* RT©i 

qgsr fisrci? oaQ q©i% <© ©10; qcqi ^©©©1©) — 

•^W© ©CSSS — A epithet of Srikjushna 

gq©l anjah-6©. © -* (etoi-f Ql$aie©)-~« 1 $©«;©<* 

Jamuna gSdhuS Q9 G© 993 09 ©I ©<3G© 8J©— 


f^f^t 1. A bath in the sacred river 

^STRilW^ ^sir ST^PI jamunS. )\ eQltaaJpsll ©191 

o© ©i- e©> <§^ ^i©«1 ©9G© a©9i ©i%«1' 

©© flt5flfl©fli^©q q^Q^fl 2fl©GQ S|© ©©Q©| 

^©—2. The ceremony of giving a 

bath to the image of S|Jk?ushna on 

the morrow of DolapDrninaa or in Chaitra # 

«fl©l 9©©—^. ©.— (^I+O©©)— «fi G©9 — 
Jamuna janaka The Sun-god - 

^q©^©^— «. © — ( ©flOI + Q©, ai^+©H. © H a N 

Jamonabhid . c»«5©lg) — ©Q^fl— Balarama^ 

[ o — ©ftqsi fiicrfi^iq q^qi ©qi^ «j^ 

©«3©'Q ©2" 99«6© «S I] 
<aq©i ^©1— «. ©.— ( ^sJ ©® v ; aflj5>i +q © )— aa 

JamunIC bhrSta €©©©1 — The (Jod of death. 

cma— gi. ©. qH — as ©1 ©ki-HJq ©1© ©w— ! 

Jammu Name for calling women named j 

Tpt «igffT Tamuna 

€©. ©— Sflioqq^ C{^ e^i© e©ai» <§ 

^ ^ift ^IQQCTt G©© CK7IQ Q90©1 ©|©90 

©<5i|G© 8Q«P-Gi& ©©1— Name of a small ] 
river passing through Nepal and Dar- 
bhanga and falling the Baghmati (which 

is a fcributory of the Ganges), j 

<aqG©iSf©1— a*. ©— gflioq© QQ^i^^GQag <© a^©, 

Jatnunottari g§§ Qfl^l©©! ©Q© G^IQSf — \ 
Name of the mountain from, which the 

Jamuna river issues, 
QGflQ©l— 9. ©— 1 I ©^©©©1— 1. A drum used on j 
fameruka ocoaasious of victory. J \ <©- 

g©i© ©9 gi$, gi^i @i©1q©i©g© g© <a© 

S5*q 9Q©| Q©GQ ©»| m^Q (©.«•) — 
2- A pair of big cymbals which were 
sounded in ancient times for indicating 

every ghardi. 

OGO^Q— e. © ( «. 9. GQ ; ©AS©© «S©)— * I S© 
Jameswar (©--9. )— 1. Siba. G©. 9~M 

£©QCT ©6d^ — 1 • Name of an image of 
Siba, ['$—£KK|Q ©IGfl «rf W?i, ©§ 
SIGfl^Q G©©©l 99<^ I glol. QWICWqi I ] 
y I 9%<aQ ©«9©l ©tfl— 2. A name given 

to males. 

0G^«l©— SI. P. V— aeflW© ©I© ©l« — Name for 

Jambeawara. calling Jameswara. 


eats 


( 999 t ) 


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Jajati kesari of a king of independent Orissa. 

<wifift»itffl %e aaiQGQa^ m\® **^ gq ^$o 


<3 g^q ^gq i «ato gae^ q^} ^etg^Q 
©flqilaw g©Q ©5S« Q€j OIQr G99IQIQ 09 sio 

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9©QGQ fliooiaa Q«l G9IQ a^ag I ©Q^Q 
gaiwia 'sajQGQag* owe^caif <i 0101 0901 

Jajati patana — A sacred place of pilgrimage 
for the Hindus. ( ^-SGiQa©^ siio 

S>W9. fl9*gQ© 9W» I ) 
GJ0I00 — » 0ffl. V — 3I9IWQ ( G0«l ) 
Jdjabara Jajabara ( See ) 

(00100-^41) 

Q«1(9>— 3°. 0. aj (aiai9=gqo owi+^aGa^ 

1. Siba. J \ ( +a^©Q4( $ ) 93; q§<— 
# 2. Road. « 1 ( 4-QQ« Q ) GQI^I f@, a.) 

3. Horse, 

d^-q°. 9,0° (ai ai$=aa© M01+04. €J; 99, 

jaju €*aioo )— 1 i «^g«^ ew, — l* a 

horse let loose before an Agwamedha 

sacrifice. } \ m — 2 Horge. 

0€l— GQ. 9 ( 9". 081 )— t \ aal ( GQ« )— I. Jasah 
Jasa (See). (0—31910 33 q^PIG^lG©, fl Ga 
VT TO 0«§ 9S? G<3GQ-©Qm qq^S I ) 

€09 am O0Q gaito ^9 G0i^ ^Goa 
©qsq^ i ] ^ i 0i9i^«> aa*ai; agwa*'— 

2. Praise; eredit. 

as aoaa— G0* o— (3°. a^'+aaaai, $9^© 3900) — 

Jasa apajasa dil© 6 83hIQ — Good name and 
3*N*ft"f TOWW9T V bad name 

flewMgM— q J . (asi+si©!^^ 3^ &%* ao?iiG0 

Jasa-^kankshS ^»qg c Q Q<ga ])— aGSI^q I— 

Dssire for fame. 


K?t+ 


aetaeiesl 


( 99T° ) 


9-siQisg 


jasaSkfinkshl Desirous of fame. 

e | oniQ; WW; q)§ ; wwgq?! <%$; or 
QIG Q6*Q) 6S|tf ©Qfl^SQ Shi© «Wfl— 
1. Grloryj fame; renown; reputation. 
[ g— fljcfo 9S51IOQGQ Q€IS 6 GI^Q 3SQQ 

sa€i8 5, > ansa QigQ 'flwiQ 6 aai'^ q© $>,£ q 

«§.— <fj9fi W$IQ GQaiai* I ] 
-> I aaqi Qi^— 2. A person of distinc- 
tion (Apte). » i ( G^QQ; ^9+aS ) 
^laoai — 3. Diffuaeness; diffusion. -* | 
(GQ'OQ)— GQfQQi— 4. Beauty; splendour 
(Apte) * I srcaMj 9991©— 5. Favour; 
partiality ( Apte ). ? | a??— 6. Wealth 
(Apte). 9 ! fll'WjW — 7- Food (Apte). 
r I QO— 8. Water. g°. Q«g — ^ I 3QQJ 
9GOI9Q— 1- Lovely; agreeable (Apte)* 
> I eaicn— 2. Worthy (Apte). sn | g%l©©- 
3. Honoured (Apte) 

<aei«»-<a*. 9 ( WJ ©©; Qa«+«^ )-^ 

"jasahkirttana C3I33I QQ9I; aggisi G> — 

SeiWIISQ ~l Reciting of a person's 

agtgoSQ Va^l^a glory or fame. 

fl€)8Qq— 3. 9 (#4 ««; 0€J8 + aq)— QG€!I9IS>; *©BIQ 
Jasaljkshaya 919 — boss of one's fame- 

aaicss-a. $ ( Ml ®©j e««+ea* )— awn 

jasahkshetra SS^OISQ Gl§2 GIQ QGQ — 

The field of one's renown; a place wher* 

a person earns fame- 

Q€ls oi€l— a". 9 (aa8+oia> ^,1 ©©) — *aC€il9i©— 
jasab nasa Loss of fame or reputa- 

flfliaw— a°. 9;C ( a€M+a*»)-9SP©oi; goiq — 

Jasabpataha A double drum (Apte). 

am ga$ - a. w. (Q$5l§)— aa% Qgs— 

Jasah prabhaba Resulting from one's re- 
(a«l g^O — awi^a) noini. 

(aai— ae« g$<? hqqq i) 


Q«8flQ— q*. «(^l ®©j 988+3$) GOU|8 Ql§a 
Jasafe prabh* q£fijp «6Q©) — The bright- 
ness or Halo of one's renown. 

flfligao —a*. $ (*%1 ©©.)— aiSta fl«9— 

Jasahprabhaba The greatness of one's renown 
«<I8G€I«— a°. Q (Q$S>1§; saai+G99)— Death.. 
Jasafesesha q\ Qg|. qj (Q$Q1§) $©— Lead, 

(asscaai— 41) 

Q«8SS»— Q*. ^— (%9Q 0*1, SS8 + £§«>)— Sa»© 96CT 

Jasahsaija ^QOlq aGSIQfi' — Fame compared 

to a mountain owing to its immensity 

QflMr— 9*. 9. — *. 1 (90) Q§ ^ a#<9— »1. Fame and 

Jasaljsrl wealth. 7 I (?<|1 QQQI fl.a.GQ)— 

ai^Q©© d Ql aW — 2.|Glory due to 

fame, «i | (qp$) S3§j%a aftQ— 3 - Fame 

compared to wealth 

aa*floti qg«naPiQ — a. $.— (9a<% 6 aalq'bo 

Jasabsrl banchhita QH§ e-Oiq. ea^© Q«€Q 
subhasirbada 9m9§©)— aafcl9 ^1§«- 
QIQ ^i§ 6 9^9 gi§ Qltiqg adlq'IQ- Blessing 
or benediction wishing fame and pros- 
perity to a person- 
am ga§— e. 9— (ast+aw)— ge^iglf (gq«) 

Jasab samaha Jasorasi (See\ 

<a€i8 aiw-a. w.— (Qfl8+aia©)-a««— 

J: sab sldhana Causing one's fame or reputation 

a«g egTQQ**— a. ^.r-acaiqcn (ooa) 

Jasah saubhSgya JasobhSgya (See) 

Q€is GaTQQ— a°. 9. - (%aa ©*«, «€« + eafQQ)— 

Jasah saajrabha g9!9 aa «1©*JGQ ©*»|Q«>| !3€I8 — 
Good name spreading like the odou? 

of a sweet scent, 

<a«j §«i— a».©.— (fl.fl.GGi, aa8 4-sw)-aiS5 3^ qei 

jas&b stambha SBOQ Sl^ilQQ gq. — A pillar on 
which are depicted the glorious acts of a 

great personage. 

Q9 QQQI — 69. §.— < I aK$ai» OQ€M — 
Jasa karibS 1. To sing one's fame. 

(aa GQ9I— ao^e) ■ -» 1 gs # ai oqqi— 

^*f ^rl ^3 ^OfT x 2. To praise; to extol. 

QQQiq-GQ, $$— (a°. 9«%q)— aa^l— 

Jasakari ^p«t^| Famous; highly reputed. 

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aa©— a\ ©. $.— ©§i a'SL— 

Jagada Zinc. 

a« G©©l— G©. 3 —V i aa Ql©©l (G©«) 
Jafea neba -*p<t ej'e^l 1. Jasa paiba (See) 
m 5fcn ^ I ©^ QQ ©©©I — 2. To attain victory. 

flfl 9IQQI — G©. 3.— * I SGafQ© ©©©1—1. To at" 
Jasa paeba tain fame. J I ga'31 Q© ©©©I3 
( 99 ©©©I— aQiq.9 ) ga°§© G9©l— 2. To 
*H*tre*ri ^CTntf acquire praise^ to be praised. 

<aa ?©Q|— G©. ©.—aGaiQQ— "Earning of fame. 
Jasa miliba 3*t fa*rl 3$ ftsWI 

041^~3 O . ©.— (3©)- 338 (G9«) 

Jasas Jasafc (See) 

a€l$©-s°. ©a— (aaQ + q ai%=©©©! + ©§. a)— 
Jasaskara «|§©OO ifc GflQ etehfiq aGSlQ© §<!_- 
(aaMl — qj) Causing good name. 

0W- <av ©a. q°.— {aao+^aiSL—QW ©©©(+ 

Jasaskama ©$. a)— aSaiRQJi (€©S) 

JasoJip-su (See) 

Jasaskami Q§. QO; WU ?©)— aG9l^3 v 1 (G©q) 

(aa«l8©1— <fl) Jasolipsu (See) 

aCKUSWa— q?. ©$. a^[aa^+©fl % ai§.+a© (a©), 

JasaskSmyan ta. *.©] acai^a^L (G©«)— Jaso-* 

lipsu (See\ 

(aaswisjl— qj) 
«3€1^iq v -q°. ©6, -9V~ ( aa« N +o©, efli. *© )— 
Jasaswan gaq| (G©3)— Jasaswl (See* 

(saw— qj) 

■Qfl^fil-Q*. ©<a. $1 (aM^+agiGs. ©»+$1 $)~asglQ 

JasaswiDi Ulster — Feminine of Jasasw- g 

Q\©-\ I ©gq; S<S>IGe«il©SS! $P„— 

1. A phosphorescent plant diffusing ligh^ 

in the mght^Cardiospecmum* Helicacabum 

* I a©©§fe 9QQQ (6©«)— 2 Jabatikta; 

Duralabha (See) • I ©©Q; ©©©:afa; Qtf- 

©Qlj €©I©©ai— 3. A kind 
of cotton growing wild; Gossypum 
Arboreum. v \ ©crigq (©.a)-4 The river 
Ganges. G©. © — «*?3Qg gai© ©3919! Stel% 
<1©©S I (©a Q.9I ©6© £Q\t G©«l)— One 
of the chief arteries of the body. 

-aagp— e. ©. 4° (aao+agsea*. ©q ; iai. v©)— 

Jasaswj ©«isie- ©iQaiol— Renowned* famous. 


flsSi— «r. ©si (aa<a +a) — v i aas© (wa)-ri. jasa- 

Jasasya ekara (See). ^ | a©ai©l©l ( G©S }— 
(scM-tfl) 2 Jasodata (See). 

aaaii -?..©— ©i©$i ©i 3$ ©ia© flG©T«»— Nam* 

Jasasya of a rare medicinal plant 3.9$.qJ — 
(aaai+») a«m© tfaff — Feminine of 

Jasasya. 

aaaealsGh— *. ©— aaicglqan (6©a) 

Jasas sgnbhagya Jasah a§|}bhagya (See) 

aa^i©— w- w (e. aeai9i©)— aeaw© (G9«)— 

Jasahani Jasohani (See). (^ — QQeO ^ ©3 01© 

*rc*ni 5tS( a©e© a©©Q ©gct ©qgct aa9i© 1 ©«. 

«wf)pft G^G©ga©OI9 t) 

Mioio^t— or. © ( aaq+a©i€;ij B ©ai©© )— qgq^, 

jasSkanksha (G©«)— Jasolipsa (See). [ <5— 

fl®aQ«Q«KiQ ©i©a©s©i<aGQ 'aer* ^©^ 
'aagjQ a©i^a g©iq ©G©a ©q«q§j i] 

fl€;oi9l — »- m;- a° (aat+aQie-gi+Q©; ©ai©©)~ 

Jasakfinksfcl SGQIQSq (G©a)— Jasolipsu (See\ 

(aai©i Q 3a1— *D 
aGQi©^©"-^- © (P?1 0% aai+oro)— aawii^© 

Jasokirttana (c©«a) — Jasah kirttana (See). 

a6ai©iai— «. © (f$ ®©,aa»+ aiai) — g©!^©^^© 

Jasogatha QI^Qia© 9©I^O — Epistolary 

yerses in praise of some high personage. 

©saai©— g°. © (aat+ai©)— 1 \ G©ftfi8 ©15 w 

Jasogaua «^l© Q^Q — 1. Singing of a person's 

fame, y I QGaiCil© (G©«)— 2. Jasoglta 

(See) 

agai©iq©-2°. © (aaj-h©ig©)— g©7^3 ©15.© «§ 

Jasogayana «|Q©| — Singing of a person's fame. 

as«i«1©!©)— g°. © (a. a. go; aai+a1©[Q])— g©T^ 
jasoglta(ti) ©^§qr© a«i ©<©i ©©g©iq ai^g©i 
(3Gai«l©©i— aoiqa) ©1©i GaGaoi©— Song 

sung in praise of some person by reci- 
ting his good acts 

assi€i-q o . w- qr (aai+*©. ai^==©i€i ©€^©i+©^ 

Jasoghna ta)-fi»9l aai ©la ©GSi aGai?l©©IQ©~ 
(QGatdl— ftj) Destroying one's fame 5 destruc- 
tive of one's good name 4 

acaiQ— ^ # . m. W (aas+©L ai^=©i© ©qqi+©^ 

Jasoda g)— a6ai©l©l (g©«) -Jasodata (See) 
(^ai©l— tf) «•. ©— 9i©9— Mercury 


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QlQ^fl SHQt — 1. Wife of king Nandai 
Srtkiushna's foster-mother. [q> qqgW- 

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a§§)€ilQGQ Qf GQQ, eaoi% Wii?% alt 

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GQ3 «Kld||Q M G9l€t W^ ©I^BWfflfiK? 

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Q6QQ GK3 ( 3GSIWWQ $$«* SQ g«?iaQ* 
»q©gq aba I aeaftf tf$f ST 9© '694Nog9i 

GQg G«9 S<?1<? fl$3^.9l «WI<K£ G<aSt 

943? fll©W S>I3 (8. 3)— 2, Name of the. 
mother of King Dilipa, €9. Q— ^Jfe Old 
— Name given to females. 

Jasodata aa%Q Q§< — Conferring fame T>r 
(QGai9^Q 3 flG«Wiqr-TO"K^ renown on aperson* 

(aeaiQi«1, aeawi^i, acaioiqfli— *J) 

Jagodadulala (saCQ|<5»;Qr fliq GO §Q 9Gff Q&© 

^"Ttft? 5 ^ 9IQ9 G9IQgSS) flS!«— Name of 

15Jt?t g tri K Sr iktushna who was brought up 

with extreme tenderness by Jaioda- 


<ae«iQi to©— «. 9. (9%) ©% aeaiQi+ffQQ)— * 

Jisoda nandana Srikiushfia, [ Q— g^)G>6Q ^ 
G<9Q«i oq©i© ^e^, eg QQeroi ©t^ q.«$© 
aio^GS? i aeaiQi^i^ aa^ g4cH© a$i<? 

Jasodi Name for calling $ago£5. 


flG«i» — ?. 9tf. 1°. ( Q^9l9i fl€»+ao; €a 09^. 
Jasodhana ypQO sa^oa Q» QQgj) — 

(acaWQI— <& J3eig1— Famous. 

QG-ai^Q -3:. M. 8 C — «S QflWiq!^ Keeping .up or 

Jtijiodhara preserving one's glory ( Apte )» 

(acawq— s°. 9 ( oia )— %©/ite oqW- 

tf^QT <® s^ (fl. a)— Name of a son of 

Srikrttshna. 

jasodhata «0Q asil— A. stream of fame. 

Wife of Buddhadeba. 

ae«io^ .qiq— go. o ( ow ) - g^oohQ? a»g«i qy^ 

J&sobanta dasa <®oa — A contemporary 

WWW Wtt ««|f|4cr fW and one of the 

five disciples of Chajtanya Deba. 

[^ — 49W ©$ ©^* etiQ «9or ©Q^a Q\QQQ 

jaiobantl eiQ^9l flIQI — Srikrushna's foster- 

«(Pfl^ft «Ort?ft mother, (gj- oqq $$ ©to 

awq© i) 

Jasobistara SWIQ 9i — The spreading of a 

person's fame. 

OGaiqcw— *. 9 (aa»+qch)— srasll swiq 499% 

JasobhSgya sje«q^%Q G9?q«H— The good 

fortune of attaining renown- 

Q€€HQ§©^«. ©«. 9 Q («^1 ©% Qai +«g 0)-HMS|l; 

Jasomandita gigggit^ GalQ9i® © — Adorned with 

(aG«ifl^oi— ^3) f ame - 

Jasomati fl^sj Olfii^l 9|©j— The foster-mother 

of Srlkiushna. 

Jasomandira «QQ Q| g9— -1. Fame, compared 

to a temple. ^ | Q^$G«flQT «§ ©QQS 9 

©Sb fl©Q— 2. A temple erected as a 

mark of one's glory or fame. 

Jasomaya .^^1. Famous. $ lOOMI Qi^Q 

(aGaifl^l- «3) «l^^fg 86^© (3IO)—2, (a place) 

Resounding with the fame of a person. 


sceMQe 


( 99r» ) 


aSMOfla 


Jasorasmi 2I6QQ— 1. Fame compared to rays 

of light. 5 I (P$l ©©; 3QI+Q0 ) SSIIQ 

ggq> Q| ag— 2. The influence or 

glamour of a person's fame- 

JasorSsi 9P© — Volumes of fame. 

Qsaicas-s. Q (*q1 o©i sai+cw)— si§|©©© ©isn 

Jasolabha ^IQ aa&gig — Acquisition of fame 

by doing famous acts^ 

Jasolipsa (aG^IQ^ — $#) Desire for fame* 

aeai^i©— a. 9 (^l ©© ; Hai+w©)— a^Qoiaj 

JasohSni ©M9Q OIQ — Loss of one's renown or 

good name. 

<asai©is>©©— *, M.(aea»i©+QQ)— qiwn wW 

Jasohanikara ©*tg Q J3€ll ©«|i $<3 —Bringing 

about loss of one's fame, 
04QH— fl. §61 (S©.'a|Q«CQQ0©l ©Q9I + 9&Q91) — 
Jashtabya SQ^ i S|Q ©Q©|© €S>8q§— Fit for the 

performance of a sacrifice. 
a«fci— e. 9. q? pa©. ai$=a»i ©§©! + ©<§. ©; ^L ^ 
Jashta ^) — e 1 £j©9|Q ; €3 qeqgQe 9IQ aia 
(fl^l V- $1) ©q 4 — 1^ Ferfomer of sacrifice 
through priests. J I saiao^i— 2, A per- 
former of sacrifice. *> | G©©— 3. A wor- 
shipper, v | gg qqq) 'qggjQ^,^ ^ priest 
■who officiates at a sacrifice, 

flfWI)— *« 9 (*3?. ai§ = 8©l ©Q9I + 0& ©, Q)— 
Jashti(shti) <. | Qo1; GOCTi; ©g 3 ©l^j ©$9 — 

1. A stick? a staff; a wand. [<$ — -491 

fiW,l 6 9%; CTOtfVU 6 €31$ I] ?J asi©|$— 

2. A crutch. « 1 fcj©^ QOMQ ©g — 
.3. Flagstaff. v 1 ctqpg. ©IfiOl^ nap 
6€l« 9$$ ©Q— 4,fThe arm ( consisting 
of the hand and the forearm. * I ©ft. 
%$; $©l a$Q SQ ©I q©— 5. Thready str- 
ing of fibre. $> | ©|Q©©| 5 §ai €©IQ Qa*q©| 
flIQI— 6. A long string of necklace.?] §>S© 
fl^flWI— 7. A slender'Jbranch; a twing, 
r I £j©©9© o;i$— 8. The stem of plants, 

el ^i^^j ©isuitffa qpj qa'1— 
9. Name of a shrub. Vo| C*©|— 10. Creep- 
er* t* IflfjOU; OlOOfcJ — 11, Liquorice. 
O I QQ9; eOGCr8— 12. Cudgel* olub 


(Apte). v«i 1 «e$-*13. Sugarcane 
(Apte-. OMefQQ©© eo^_14. Stem- 
stalk (Apte). **| <a <aij «* — 1 5. Column* 
pillar; pole (Apte).^ %$ I GalSiasl©' ©§91 
8IQ ©*©$© qg©5ig<5a ©16— 16. A perch 

(Apte). £$> 1 q^ <§ ««, ©g (sal— acr- 

g ^ ) — 17 Anything thin, slim or 

slender (Apte). or \ Q|§aa— 18. A kind 

of reed (Apte)^ 

Of©-*. Q. (s^+©y— v 1 ©«> cjqj. ©a ©l©> QlS 

jashtika qaaal— 1. The black cormorant- 

the little cormorant. J I S)§Q Qfll (©• 

a )_2. Quail (bird). » l c*©q» (q. a)— 

3. The Indian madder plant. * I QfJ; 

q^qi—^j, q. (g^Q+a)— 1 1 <©aqa 9IQ? CQia— 
JashtikS 1. A necklace of one string. 

9 I ©191> 9«f1— 2. A big well, « I <5IQ©I; fiH 
' Qq$3l4 asg©Q*" 3 - A square or oblong 
pond or tank, v j aq*ga— 4. Liquorice. 
+ I «q«i «Oj 99; €OfirJf-5. A staff; 
a stick? a bludgeon. 

jasbti graha Q^aiq— Carrying a staff. 9 — 

(a^QW-O ^" QOa©— 1. Clabtnan. ^ r 

Q©!© 1 Q^WW — 2 - Club Dearer 3 *&*% 
# bearer. 

Jashti nibasa L A stick or rod serving as a 
perch for peacocks. > I W, «JS Q3GQ 

eiqaiGQ ©9©i aio ago q5» ^< a®^— 

2. A pigeon-bouse resting on long 

upright poles. 

ai ggQfli— «. W. 1* (9^fi)— gocti ai©iQ «*. 

Jashti praharan* «Gt— HaTiug a stick or 

<0§ MQfl— <) cudgel as one's weapon, armed 
v with a latni. 

Jashti prahara tfQI©— A blow with a stick. 

Jashti(shtl) madhu $flS} «*©, ©§ ^Ol fl^Q— 

B9-IS. ©13-^1), A plant with sweet 

Ad©, ©l©©,^©tl, rooti Glycyrrhx Z a 

floW <fc)9©l" Glabra 3 liquorice root. 


$<% sa^ 


( $pr* ) 


g@e(q) 


q. eooloa&oiflQ (©aiwto) 

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*QQ«OT 9IQ9, Qi* SWI99, qJJQ* 

€L$QIQQ, TOSH 6 3Q 99*9 I «9l 9% .QWJ, 

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019 6 sag gaflQ— QQ«.q.<i i] 
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Jashti Jatitra GQ»GQ G«Hf« qjj*- 6QM G9IQ89. 

3jfi 0$ (®. fl)— A sun-dial in whish 

a stick is set at the centre t° 

indicate the time of the day by the 

shadow of the stick. 

■0<|s(3)— C$TO. iQ". ©lT«i x =flp ^a r Vhj^q)— 

'jashtis(si) i | 9JQSQI&Q TOfllftCy fflSt a^€Q 

®rf£*I QQQl €J€|^ — 1. A title prefixed to the 

Slfe^T name of a High-court Judge; Justice 

5 I (ati99) AI9J© STOSQ Q<iQgia9 9QQ 

, qswuw flflGQ a«fe 99 69ca 3©i atQSPj 

€Clft<l gC> , St©« 33 — A political party 

formed in the Legislative Council of the 

Madras. Presidency; the Justice party 

flf^aff O 919~6Q6Q. ( Q\ 99*3 W 9 §|qj 9— 

Jaahtis aph di pis cfqe aiQQ q©iGQ GQG©9 93% 

*rf&*I ^fa ^l*T 9S©I Qig fll©ej^--A Justice of 

afe*r v Wfi f^ <ft*T the peace. [Q — <fliGQ <$jQ©GQ 

QQGqalsj 9i GQIQ aoqalfltoor saqa^ 

9q,Q QQ9I 6 Wfo GQQQ a^QjQ 0|cT 
3GMQ<?0|^ 99<$ 9fl©l e|Qa]«|§ ] 

fl^iaio— s* «. (**p to; a^+waia)— gocm 91 919 

Jashtygghata giq fliQ — A blow with a stick. 
'ay«g©— «t. 93. £. ( ^1 9© )— 0l9iq 919 919 
Jashtyahata g$IQ OqaiQ Hg— Struck with a 

(a«jH9©i — $1) (a<$T g$Q— «©iq.a) stick. 

0^19-3.9. (s^+a+GC ai^+9ff.ia)Haq sa (G9«> 

JashtyShwa Jashti madhu (See) 

"00^19)— 9—1 l e Wi ^w* a ? 9991—1. To try, 

Jas (root) to endeavour. J I 9933 9991 — 

2* To labourj to exert. 

-449(5)— 'C@TO. .9. («)— o© s©*9 «ca»9eiQ— 

Jasab(m) A kind of greenish stone. -{^—-o^l 


^■W olOGQ 6 WISQ 9GQ I <J9IQ. 6QGQ ©I9«> <*? 

^ot(w) S©gq s®$ 1 ^ QaQ §^9i gqq eqos^g 

Jaska g^Q g © QQSS— N"ame of a sage, 
ASH— «*M. (SM v al^_— GQ^I QQ9l + ©^.a)-.ei «3JQq|iq 
Jasya <§\q OQ^ilq— 1* Ferformable with . per- 
severance. ? | (©3 v ai^=9a ©€l9l+sa, 
©aiOfi>)TOfliq^ 2 - Deserving to be killed. 

saq«i©— a. ^ ( ag«i+Q9iGo. ^ )— <. I ag; q^a— 

Jasyatwa 1. E£fdrt ; endeavour. ^ | ^©«(| — 

2, Murder. ff I q^— 3. Death* 

d@ w — ^iGQ.(R^ai)9^.— sa§* (G^fli) 

Jahan Jahtn (See) 

09" e£— giGQ. (QQ9) W.^— atf ©S" (GQ«l) 
Jahan tahan Jahin tahiS (See) 

<a@i— giw. (WiQga) 5. w.— (qa. ^^ ©91) 0^*3 

Jahan GSl^OIGQ — Where. 

0§l 9#l— 3I6Q. (aq»TO) 5. W— (sp 9. TOI ©4l) 

Jahan tahfin Q§"©9, Gg^OIGQ Q&I G^IOIGQ— 

Anywher 

Q9*— to. w.— (g. a^j si. ag)— (-wjq siGQsQ a<» 

Jahin ©^)— ^ G9^0IGQJ 319^ fll§— 1. Where. 
(«II6Qfl9 QQ— ©9*) > I QI9I QaGQ— 
v^tlc 5 ? . Wp % On which; on whdm. 

[Q— OfiQ flQ, d£te 91Q, Q§ QG9 S>8 

9gqq giq i oci i] • i casf wqeQ— 

3. In which matter. [Q i — 13Q N €1QQ 6f)9 
Qglfll 9^9* <© 90QGQ GQ (Qh§*) £ sai^i 

(9g, wq) §< 4 ggfll qq^ v 9Q0GQ sa#, 

3©GQ ^^ I 'dg** «Q|Q ggj^i 9Q§ ^^jqqgq 
^i*§€> %A 918 Q^ S3^ €!fi? g€GT ?^l §Q§Q 

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■f%l€Q C Q' 6 S>siteQ <Gtf qg $<] | tf o^ 

%<i l] 

09©(9)— TO. W.— liatf©; .GQfiJilO^ oacfoiq 
JahiSki(ku) 1, To which place^ whereto_ 

[«iGqSo €tQ— 09*^)] ^ 1'to^ 933 gojoaqf 

CWSCT ar5fe% ^ft^ t oaiq^— 2. To which 
matter^ in respect of which matter. 

[aai— fr*'9ife ©^g^GQQ oaiQ«q i] • | 
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09*©(^) €Q— GQ. ©IWa— * I G3Q ^ Ql 9g 39 
Jahinki(ku) je GaQ 9<a^ 91 9gQaGQI«% ©191 — 
^C^ll fen^^t 1. That (thing or matter) 
which suits a thing or matter, 

[q— sa§*© GGij qqo q$Q ©g$Q GQ— ©a] 

■> I G36f ©IQH 90 GQQ 9i§ Q a 3g> C9— 
2. That person who is fit for a parti- 
cular work, 
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Jahintak aa«6> — Till which time 

„ C*T*ttJ® ^f?R* J 1 G9Q*giQ 0&9— 2. Upto 

which place. » I G9Q <5©^ a$fi$ — 

3. Upto which length or distance. 

£19 ©#-G9. OT.— * I &l{ ©I §| Ga§ Q?l G9§ gi©GQ> 

Jahin tahin g|© e^GMGQ; «I9I©I9I— Where" 

C3<ttCT C*Plft=I St^fa^f soever; in any place 

whatsoever. [q— -aia aa "^q G9IQg 

atfW I ^f?. 39IQ©©, 9© I ] 

J I 3191gl© 9^Q © Q$— 2. Witbou* 

consideration of the fitness or otherwise 

of a place, [aai — GQ a§ ©9* «IQ G9QS l] 

Qfif©tfGQ— GQ. W. — G3 6©7<a§ W^6Q$ QSIg 

Jahifi tahinre §<3qGQ— In all matters; in every 

U\ t^fa ftTOl d1«i<faUf<ft case 

(a^GQ ©§GQ — flQiq.a) [Q— SQft^G© 9^1 QQ, 

q|»^*gq gqi$ bq 1 ©Q^ia. $39© 13 
09* 91Q— G9. a-<3. agiQ) — G3§ 9sk| 91 ©g/jiq— 
Jahin dwSra" *rNT3l By or with which matter 

or thing. 
<3§*aiQ* — G9. a— G3Q .§S£J 91 9§, S>fl6Q— 

Jahin pain Wherefor; for which matter or 

*rta wc=«r sft^rara^ [9(a09 gqq— flKhqp] thing. 
la@ qq — a©iq.g) (sigoSq 99— ©qqiq) 

($— ©i» cjg 9gq ©*ai, ^a^aiQ ©ssaq© 

.©6© 90 G99 AI33I ?— ©3 I ) 

-d$Q— 69. ^— GQ$ gi©Q 91 99139— Of which 
Jahinra place or matter 

(suGasa© ao— o^Tq) 
<a$$-GQ. w>— v 1 otsj*oi^ oa§ gi©%— 

Jahinru 1. From which place; whence; 
(eiGQfcQ 39 — ©9*§) wherefrom. ^ | ea$ 

*TtC*K^ «iUj4l 9g© 91 9§Q©— 2. From which 

matter or thing, m \ a<$*; G«3 G9%%; 

GQgf oiq^i^— 3. For which reason^ on 

account of which. 


d^GQ— G9. W— «. I G36f §|©GQ—1* In which 

Jahinre . place, 5 1 G0Q 93^63 — 2. In 

which matter; wherein, «p | GQ^ 9&6Q- 

3. In which thing. v \ a§ 9ig— 

4. By or with which. 

QS # GQQQ-G9. ®— G3Q*9§9I 0^91% QQjq — 

Jahinre kari By which thing or matter. 

Jahu 1. A child (Apte). j \ q^. q^|g — 

2. Offspring (Apte). 

<a$f— go. » < e. aai© )— t 1 ae^ ( G9« )— 

Jahun 1. Jahinru (See). -M GsaSJQIQ^— 

(«Gas9 » — ©^*) 2- Form whioh time. m t 

*\iML<* 3HrN* GQgf fllQqh— 3. From which 

place, v 1 e g^ w ^ — 4. From which 

matter, a— e. | qqq* ^ q ? q| 9 £q_ 

1. After which event. J I Ga$*G9$§j 
GQQ QfQ^q^ — 2, Owing to which reason; 
wherefor. m \ GQG9^— 3. Whereaej 
wherefore. ( Q— ©19IQ qoGQ a^T 
GQI^gO % Q© TO $KIIQQ G9Q Q^»©- 

Q® a§ w — GQ. a— t I «qeit; Ga^DQ; •w^Gq — 
JahnH Jahun 1. By and by; gradually as. 

(acas9 39—©^" ©$") ( aai— 35!" a§ G9« 
* <>e© G<?a gqq '«q 1)^1 aeii$6fl— 

2. Respectively. * | srcjai©$gg_ 

3. Proportionately. (q— $f\$ 99. 

gq© ©?* ©? 6^— m 1 > « , QQ $ QQ $ 

91©% eaQ e glQfl|Q^^)_3. From which 
places. - (MH-* Q$ a§* » ^ S9QQj 

G<a ©§* ©5* 94 ^9 q Q , 
oa-ff. 9 < Ql ai^-aso ©€?©i+©(|. v, wiw, 9) 
Jahwa aa^)— a»fl|o ; at»Q— A performer of 

sacrifices 
aiOwa)— *.— * I 99lj q© ©ei9i— 1. To go, to 

ja(root) move. 5 | (q BW) ^ q ^ w , ; 
Q^»GQ aoaiO 9^91—2. To invade, to 
march against (Apte).«n| G gta§ €JG9anGQ 
aWI ©Q9I— 3. To start for; to march" 
(Apte) v| gi©©lia ©q flQI-4.. To depart; 
. to withdraw; to pass away (Apte) * \ 
€jeQQ 99^ a^9© 699k— 5. To vanishi 
to disappear (Apte). $> | (qa^) zq$\<§ 
€99ljfil9a9l— 6, To pass away;to elapse. 


SI 


( 99f9 ) 


Ci?3» G»W 


(Apte), 9 | Q§9| ; «g9l9 g\$ G99I— 
7. To last (Apte). r i <3f9l— 8. To 
happen; to come to pass (Apte). d | 
£fQ6Q 9QtfJ© G991— 9. To become; to be 
reduced to any state; to turn into (Apte)- 
t»l69lM ©idiGQ 91© G99I— 10- To 
undertake (Apte). <te I 90*51 $1 G?£l© 
q^qI — 11. To have carnal intercourse 

with (Apte). O I aQGQa ©Q9!; gidftJ 
qqqi_12. To implore; to request 
(Apte). *• | aiQQij aQWt ©Q9I— 13. 
To find out 5 to discover (Apte). *v I 
MM Wl J W* 1 * ©Wl; 9^91—14. To 
behave; to act (Apte). «* ^* \ 9Q9§§G» 
69QI— 15. To undergo a change. 

fll— *, 9,— (ai *SL+°4- *+* **)—*• ' ^1— 
JS 1. The Goddess of wealth (Apte)V^ | (Q#.a 

+ €l)—G9l©; QG — 2 - Pudendum jMulie. 

bre(Apte). «| ( + Q9 a+?«)— gig — 

3. Obtaining (Apte).f?G9. $ .— [ai ai§; 

(oia— aoiqa) a<^i ->s; q$<a «© 9©©, aoi- 

(», Wl— 99<31©) 9qd© (©Sh %1— SL«flO ©Q— 

(^) a tf*l aiwl (Imperative" mood Jof the -verb 

*esfl 31WT 'to go» 2nd£ person, ^singular)— 

(you) Gro- proceed. [ § — a aa^ a, 

aaq, 91(9 «ft «£ ©i© flaqt— gooi «fl© i] 

[^"'SPH* «*S|*696fi4 49IQ ^9 *5g|«* $<i i 
*astf qq' gsgc* si«, aiog, 091 $«g, 
9<?i G9^ $< C 60. 9.— (*. ai ai$) — 
t I QflQ; 891— 1. Going, [9 — *ai aq ? <£ 
*a«af 9Q6Q <9 3QIQQ 9*99IQ G9«| 
aw I] > I (S, 91©)— wte QQQ tf; Sldte 
*T Itaift ^rasAl, QWiqi^ 2 . The wife of one's 
. husband's brother.^ (aeil — 99 9|, qiff ai, 

fl5rf L ai l) 

w G9. s«p (*. sQ v w 9.AI. *9. $l9ftCrjj3©; 
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*tf (neuter); which (thing or matter), j j 

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*tfa 3191© — 2. Whosej of whom; of which 

sfaw person or thing, (Q— 91 39Gtf1 fl|© «G9 

^1 9l%«i 9iSl I ©SllaQ. 9 3 9$© ) [ Q> — 

3ft G9G9Q 4fcG© G©*9 «SQQ P$" f QIG« ( # ) 


ail/SiaijaiQIt, aw,! apostrophe m 

aiq*, aifw(rf); f w ^ gqq €»§*8GQ q9 

Q@9I 2I9QQ qpQI 9Q§; Q0l~ai'->at9l>< 
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aGfc I ] GO. a— (e. a©)— ^ 1 9191— 1. 
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^ I (8G99Q 3Q%G9 -»f QIWQ q9 SGQISQ 
a9^q%Ga 919§©) 9191 — 2. fhat. ( 3 — 
©Q! 9l©aiQ 9GS>, £!©©|Q §9^0, O^, 
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O^©. Cil© I) * 1 (S. 919; «l 91 ©Q§ - 

*tf ^QQ 99^) 9Q;^q€9l— 8. *Go away; 

3ITWt5& get off. [ ^—^ 31, ^ <IO!^ ^9|, §_ ^3 
'Sl» ««(|€1 9Q— <]$Q 09 g^ ] 

aia(a w )«i(q)— €9. 9. (s. ai», aiflQi)— aa© g^ip. 

Ja-a(a5)la(la) <jq qg^SQ fllOCK^ ^9q QQK^^— 
9ia»l 1 Twins; a pair born toge- 

aia*oi(ca) ther. gq. w-l« G9IQ 9^' 

aiQOI j>aOi^.9] Q9I— Born twins, (aai — 

aiQQl(Q) Qia'ai ^ej ^a t) 

9l<fQ| 

Qia aa— gq. 9— aiag ( G9a ) 

ja-a asa [Ja asa ( See ) 

GJiaf 9!0— G9.9. te.W+9K»)— ff^Q-fljIQ gafl GQSC 

" fS-55 bala (9 ©QIQd' qfl£jGQ 91 aaGQ a9Q 

^r=R pf flJJO oqal4) — The first crop of hairs 

5PW 5T5T growing on an infant's head # 

aia o— 69. 9. (?. si^©; ai^^i ^qq- oq qiQ a&fg 

Ja-a51a^9 35Uq6Q M G99l^)— I i 99 ^IQTO 

rtWj *Ht Q(35 fNLflai— 1 - riie fry or young- of 

gfkr fishes; young fish. > I dS'S^r 9Q;. 

%8iqiS* fl«?h2. A shoal of little fishes 

or fry. Q|G9. (9G«IQ,€l9ei©) 9—flJQ dletel 

aQi 9Ga^ — A contrivance to catch fish. 

ciiaffi G«oK6»)Q^l-^69. 9— \ I flia© aia*© aiS 

Ja-anja khela(le)ibfi— €l©6© G«§g9l G9G© 

•Prt ct»rt^ (©iqt© flia) ci^Q aii aae© ^9 99- 

si fcr & q l M T €J^ QQQ M9I— 1 . (said of the mother- 
fish) To watch the shoals or fry play 
ing [on the surface of the water. 

j I (fi*aaia) 9$© q&< ^l©Q «a©i 6991— 

2. (figurative) To be f the mother of a. 

bevy of children. 


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aiafe-g^oi— gq.s— ^ i 919916© 9991 qiu ff$ «9% 

Ja-anla cbhardiba flfQQ aid o «S G9WGQ 8991- 

*fflS*pl *fkl^«U 1, To rear up fishes in a 

pond, J | 9$ S$I£Q S|©| 91 8©l G9©l— 

2. (figurative) To bring forth a swarm 
of children; to become parents of a 
good number of children. • | (fifcas|ei) 

«G«w©4 eas© s$i©q a©i e^Qi— 

3. ( figurative ) To become the father 

of children on the wives of other 

people. 

<aia oia - gq. w©w (s <39 x ©q) — giqoiq (gq«) 

ja-a ta-a Jaitai (See). 

W sftsGfter ( <aia©i— aQnqp ) 

era 9£|Q(Q)— G9. 9 ( S9QQ.TO; *- ai©, 0©IQ 91 
Ja-a napada(nda) ©oq)— sidlOTj Q©OI£[l 6 WS1- 
(SI ©SIQ— «Q*qp) One's husband's brothers 
Sfl =W ^Pftv^^ft) 5 !^^ wife and husband's 

sister. 

fll«0G$ - 69.3 (95^) «© €OTI%- After the lapse of. 
Ja-ante [Q— «^$9 G9G©9I© 9I«G$ G3 ©IQ I 
?T©3C*t ^t%& 3«% SIQSJSRG^GQ 91© QQ— 

$S* 9, A9iqQ©. 99 I] 

OICS eflfilOl— 9.9. $1 (*9©QTO; C3QQI «9a© TO)— 
Ja-a Jeula GQfelS q] 9 Q q© QQQlQgi 9QQT q©»lqi 
(ai Ga$©i— a©^a ) 6 ckmqi tflas— 

CTO V§&\ 5BW <tl5T The females of a 

woman^s own family (including one's 
husband's brother's wife) (g£— Qia 

Ga^OfGQ CR, 9 &IQ 99G9 Oq. aqa GQ 
91J| G3I9§ 9Q— QQ I) 
0«Q(©O— 69. 9-»lfij(Q1) (G9«l) 
J5-5lsQa) Jala(la) (See) 

CH8Q (QQiW) — G9. 9 ( S. alfl© )— aia"oi QQW> 
Jf anla (etc) (G9«)— Ja-S5Ia etc (See) 

QlJSfffil (QOiW)— 69. 9. 6 961— fl|*Q| (€99) 

Ja-anla (etc) Ja-ala (See) 

131 aw— €9- 9 (*. sal- ai^+i. «99D— ^ I aa &i» 3©i 

Ja asa $ g§Q|_l. Coming and going, ( Q— 

(«I?«IQ SUS — »9i^e) $Q 99 G9Q 99© QQGQ <£Q 

©9 3Q ©9 91 2KI 9$fi I £T91QGfll9©— 

^wrctart, nte*Wfl. ^wtwro os.n 1)51 oai- 

WPnWlTi sntlOTK ©Q — 2, Intercourse, m \ qq 
99 G9k9 919% SI©IS|© ©Q9I—3. Fre- 


quenting a place, ($-— QQ QQ CHQ GI»5I 

*q, © aiQ pc<i qi©gq aa 1 09 1) 

Qia 9€&§|Sfl - G<3. 9. tf (S$©Q TO, e. S3I© 6 QS?1)~ 
Ja-a sautuni sai^l 6 Q^^l — One's husband's 
(31 gQ^tfil -«Oh^9) brother's wife and one's 
m *&& ^isf^rftsr co-wife. 

0IQ (Q9M9) -GQ. 9 — OIQ Q01I9 (G9«l) — Jai etc 

Jai (etc) (See). ( gj— ^q! ©»9 3 69310^ 699IQ 

6«lflQ QIQ 5 S1191 SGT 9G3 99 I 09^» 

^i4 aerl© 1 ) 69. s^ ( «r. a© 6 9""0§» ®^ ! 
^ r a©>)— «. IQI9I — 1. Which. / L«Wiai« fl — 

2. Very slight or little 

fliO o(^)Q_G9.-^e I §q> (891 «q!Q «9S1I9©I%9) — 
Jai ka(ki)ri flfl© §«qi QQ— 1. (Participle of the 
ftra verb to go) Going. S9. ». ^— a9Ga«GQ 

ai^: 1. At last, ( saai — a© aQsi sqq, 9§ ffQ 
(.Q1Q0(9)Q9(9)Q— aQl^q*) 3IQ ©Q ©© W 9GQ 
ftrat 9I9IQ9) -> I ( ©TgClQ fl^lGQl^ 91 «M© 

sn^t 9i^gc^ia) QGQ; ooaGQ^ aoqjQ— 

2. After; afterwards; then* * I ^W»— 

3- And; also. 

'fill Q8> ©»-€9. 3V (siqi4 ^. 9 6ei©i 6 ©©)—«. I S© 
Ja ichchha ta gq. «9^^^6Q aQ — 1 Indescri- 
bably bad or 
miserable. ( £jei| - 

09IQT 3$9l 8GQ ^^ 

•a qi«Tq «9gi ai®i©i 

GQIQQQ I) ^ ! G^9t- 

4^ aGe§l^<g — 

2. Despotic; self- 
W5R!tt. ^[feB^ft willed, (gai— «3GQ 69$ WW 
3TT1^f 9 ft9l$ 9Q^9I9 fill Q9l 91 G9IQS16^ ) 

fl|Q«l-9lG9. (OW99) ^— aia^i— 

Jfii ta (he) Would go. 

aiQ OIQ— €9. 96i (^. S<? 0? f qooq)-^! | egg e©o 

Jai tai Q9IGQ TOW© — 1. Done or finished 

'J&oife, ^tfe^t^j ^t-«t somehow or other. 5 I 9ia 

5l%,iHnhlT OOQ 99-2. Tolerable. ^ 9^1— 

<. I 90^ ftG^j — 1* Anyhow. (flatWl^^ 

^«IC ©IQ < 9q9Qt SlflWI 9QGQft) | 

> I 3131 ©<! g©IGQ-2, In a simple fashion 

or style, m \ 9W OQQ 90; 409^ 6fl«9l- 

. g©IG9; OOOqqea— 3. Tolerably. 


at QQI ©IQ 

@l&i©i, at^iQiQ 

G3QSI ©I* 
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JSithib's «b^q ©IWO, ea^L< qq©© ©Q©GQ 

sri wal giQ i <js9«9. a<?lqo©* ©o i) .m q© ~ 

arniTf^n 2. Gone. '• 1 a<31©— 3. Past- 
0Q(9>OI— TO.W.(ff.QQ Ql)— 11 3191 Qgs 9191 SWIG* 

Jai(hi) ba 1. Whatever little. '( gaj — GSioiGO 

nt^t, It^rf 8|Q 91 a© 3Q, G30© Of) 6IQG© flQ. 

^feft sjq |) 91 0191 qqg— 2. All whatever. 
aiQ(o) 9(fi$)Q— co.a.— (a. a<£ qo$)-m giiqi at©, 

Jai(hi) ha(he)u OS 03(50—1. Come what may. 

<ai oq, Ga goq — aw»q.g) 3 l o«p ©g© OScjSl 

*&*, qfe C5t* f *1 COT &$ GOGS Stel— 2- In- 

3^r spite of what has been told. * | asi^GQ-- 

3. However} on the other hand, (aaj - 

< 991 OG© qtBfliGO 019 «Ha$_ Colic** ©l§% 

aiQ G<*>$ qnciioo ©iq? ooooq *9|q© ooi©" 

8€> I) 

giq (q©iio}— go. 0.— «. s*iq}— oiq«oiio -(eofli) 

jau (etc) Jau etc. (See) GO. a .— aiQ 
G9 ©ai (GO«0 — JSu se kathg, (See) 
GO. «\— (flOl ££jlQ Q©a, OSI^ £[%<a «© 
©O©)— GQ QflO ©%— Let (him) go 

ai^eo— go. 0*!.— ©isja (eo«) 

JauS Jaua (See) 

OIQ (9) dr- GO.O. — (e. qpo)- II OI^Q«QGQ 6 9QG0 
IauB(u)li. 90IQ0IQ 39U| ogG$SG$ SJQIQ <£Q oi©GQ 

^feft raft ©<s»i gooi $q* $Mb eai^ $©o— 

C^tfBt ^fer 1. A double-bagged knapsack" pu t 
across the shoulder^ 2 packs made a fc 
each end of a cloth turned into- 
a bag for facility of carrying it 
suspended over the ' shoulder (one 
bag in the front and one in the ba c k 
side), [9 - QQ|<g gi^<S9/G© Mlfifc Q&QQ 
6 qso^OfliGQ a©fli©oroi% gig ©5 ©19^ 
01$© OO OlOGQ 99IQ 90% ««§rO©-- 

Goq%o$qqoieo Gqfei&OQ qg&qqq. 

0»G0 9IQQ 8QIG ©Q Q|<3 |] " > f qg_ 
SfltflQ 9Q€aif 01 631^— 2, A pairra 
couple.- (sell— SH$o eg, 0|^g gqo 
QOilo l) * I qp S2tf% OO©0 — 3, One of 
a pair^counterpar;. Otf,— ^ I gflGSdlq 
<0$]©g*© ^Qf 0|)— 1. Arranged in a 
pairj consisting of a pair. ( flOl— SI$Q 


GQ!% SllCii9~90l* I) ^ I <0 gOCjGQ OfOl 
<5JQ SWOjqq.^Q — 2. Consisting of two 
things happening at one and the same 
time^ simultaneously taking place 
(0«l— Sl§© QIQ t) (two things). 

oift* (®)©a— go. w.— oasj 019 ai^o^ig 6ota8 

jaun(au)Ha 90IS! 0G5 1 — Carrying things by 

means of double packs suspended 

from the shoulder- 0— §Gtf «WW 

^W ^t£5^?[ vfifcit : C5 S«Q^ a9 OSQ60 ^ja 3^Q 

^fef^r 2bq Goaio o^soi 515^1 WIM— 

Brahmin traders from Ganjam formerly 
carrying on trade in spices etc at 
Cuttack. [ 5 — <W€0 9G0 C , ag*1© v GQQ 
91910 310 OO O 3OI 33CJGQ, OS««€j_3i©Q 

9tq a^ioo^ 6 ^g^flio goiq a8 ^ GOaeQ 
G9Qio o%?|G^ 6 Gqflio^r osaogi6o 

iai^oea OWGO 9«©© i Q$Q QQJ£q|OOIQ0 

gcw< qoo oici aiqfoaail * ] 
ai^» 001(0)%— €0. 0. ( s. qpo <4 09is ')— 98IQ-. 

Jaunli kaba(ba)ta fl^OGQ qSqOI G9I§) 0©!^— 
C^5t ^*Jtfe 5 ^fff ^Ftl^ Double-aheeted door. 

finqT(Q)a q«ii— go. 0— %1flioo QioqQicQ a<»iaoi o Q 

JauB(u)Ii guna goiQ gOlQ q^ll (^SQ Q9q.%SQ 

othstcwi ^q? ga 9Q^Q3qj ■ goq ai<)— 

=at¥r5^ A kind of double-rimmed golde n 

flower worn on the side of the nostrils 

by females. (Q— QIQO QIOGQ aiQfl q^i ( 

fllQ© 9G0QQ— 90 I) 

aiflfa go-go. 0—1 1 «1 ag.« qoo; 3ao~i. A 

JauEli jana coup le. J | ©|Q*0 ®Q^ ( GO'S J 

OTW dter 2. JauSlijahna (See) 

aitf© ©§i— go. 0— «. 1 sioiaco <o 9^9 qqoi 

JSuSli jahna qpg ©6^© ^q e «lf ©O-l.Two 

Wt^t &tw moons imagined to rise simulta- 

^tef <%T% neously in the sky. > I gptg 010010" 

'OfiBQOI Qlfl — 2. A name given to lovely 

girls. [ <5>— COS© GQfofl^Q ^OIOO^^GQ 

0®5L Q«i€ oet§ J oiooiq -o ©jq oaQ^iQ 
aa 5—01001* eo aeasi ^oq^ ^qq' i' j 

fllifa) 010— GO. — t I OI$Q SOOIQ OG€J«— It An 
JauSli t5r£a ornament worn on the arm. 


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Q9«iQCI I) [Q— flWIQd ©l@GQ Gdl?< QOCj 

c^iQaio 1 ) * 1 ^jQ 9I$cq §91991 ©199^- 

2. A pair of TsrjLas put on the two arms, 

[<gi— giatQ^i©* fl€<aeflieo 4© ©i$gq gG* 

£19 <§ SOI QI$GQ fl!GQ ^Q Q©$ I 9§ 
GQGQ G9GQ GQfel§ GoUlS 3,1 <£Q 9»§GQ 

<^q? ©I? (a!R» «IQ) a<&§ i] 

fll^ft 6«l©— 69. S. Iff. q?IO d €QQ©) — $Qf G©l» 
Jaunli noli 9t ©§91 <J$$ 6*1191 69IQ QdQ ©3 

wryt ^fayi (w*0 aipg^i ©i©q 6©ig — 

^t^T §5ST Double ear-ring for the lobe 
made by soldering two rings together. 
<aiQ w £) 9!fl— G9. Q— W>1 9lfl; 99 QB"6agIQ 9K9* 
Jaunli pal5 g§G9i3©l oq>© eg§ QIQ- ©Q$ — 
t^f\5l *tW J A ^PalS 1 performed %y two par- 
#£T &t& ties alternately vying with each 

other. 

Jaunli phasia" -G9I§) eri9«|— Doubled up ear- 
^*i3 ^tWl OTt^t stf^ft rings for the upper part 
3t¥T 5WT?ft of the ear. 

QIQfe ©«l— GO. M-eSKfeQ9QI8«>QMOIfiGQ 99. 
Jaunli bandha $4— Carryiag a Jaunli on his 
*|Wl s^sri shoulder. $Q t $— 9IQ «GQ ©©3 

W&5 && ^T5IT ©I9©l ©tf — The act of tying 
9l$ft'-9ta3T articles in a Jaunli. 

■oitfo 6©e-s. 9— aagal^©! a#^s9rc*©Q©i ©sigq 
Jaunli beta 4©$ 991 : 0IQg.9l Gdl^o 69© — 
S^t^t C^s A pair of ratan cane tied together 
^teT ijra; to cane a criminal or a wicked 

boy. 

oi^Tq %S>— S©. S?— GQIS<3 afitoGQ 4©« QSI9QI $Qt 
jauSH mudi 51 Q — Two rings worn together 
OTNBt «ll\ft on the finger. (Q— 8©l QIC! §Q- 
^*f dgft $?, 8G©£> GCII9GQ 9ief© a©> C^eiKJ 

%9 qp— M l) 

CJIQ e © €1© — GQ. 9— 691? Stf; 4© 9<i§Q «© SSiejGQ 
Jaunli sankha g $~GQ 0Q9I Q3$ €WT— 

•w Ah_ ^* 

OTt<St *TtW A pair of eonch shells simultane- 
^SteT 5ra ouely blown by a person. 

flIQ G9 ©211—60. « — < I gq ©ai 9% G*q Qai aQ 
jau se katha aGQO^I OQQI OQQIq Ql§* — 


Tt^> ^t^CM 1. Let go 1 Drop the matter! 
an% ^t 5 1 QQ Q8\ OQgf— 2. Let bygones be 

bygones. 

flW(^L)— CfifeQ. $. (Q©€*8) ( ffl, Oiq «QQQtfl )— 

JSe(y) e I ©a^Qj «»Qffl— 1. Schedule; state- 

^t9 5IFI ment. > I $319 q QIQ^ ©§Q| qfl^GQ 

0^93 G9IQ99I aqr^J§)W ©SS6Q 6WIZ 

?©Q — 2, A mark such as * £? or V put, 

while examining accounts, against 

each item indicating that it has been 

ert3*r1tr considered or compared or dealt with. 

3TTO?TT » I (W- Ol^QNt) S»^5 a<?—3 % . Property. 

(99*23©— G9»i<i) v i.(cri. »i=©iisq) Qii^ga-o 

Wt*« at GUfi— 4. Right or proper act. 6§QQ. 

9^— t I ©•ll^acr©— 1- Legal. J | q$— 

2. Coreect 5 right. • | QQ© — 3, Proper. 

*Jfo« f -*Wfa GQ. «. (^QI99) (^ 91 flIQ QJ 

^* Q^Q*) aiGQ; 6pJ19""Till; uptp (a place or 

time or person). (Q — 0Q«g G€UQ ga^T 

gq <ai<i— g^ ««} Q\ gi«> adi«> I 
GJ3CJ aw" — GQ^gio 9i gsi^ acS^ i 

Gfll ai4—G^I W*i95.GSII ©9^ I], 
•-[€}- -Qial G4IOI G^Q G3 914,69 9|<J QQ<£ 

^i^w Q9® o^aio-Qi^ ©aq,g%«, aoioqefo 

HRfr 4M0fc %p)— (69) 9«l© «GQ— (he) Goes. 

Qj^* — g^. a. (3. 9ITO)— «»Q^i 99^1^— Tiptop till 

J«eS CO. *1 (flW^IQ- ©Q^g?^ Q^fllOQlo, 

^ -(lf)3rRrr| (I) Do g0; (I) go. 

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Jaeka- 911 al4 4 9IGO SQ I ^^9»9. «<?!§!$©. 
•KW ?w QQ I) 

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(9(4 »G3 GgG^-^a^l^aJters little to (someone) 

(9ai— gqsgq 3«3a a§»G^ g^iqqaiqi^ 

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JSe deba MsfQ 3 ©I9Q SQg9l a© 91 

Si* flpe*1 9^GQ '/'©© G99i— To put a tick 
5TRJ ^T mark against a figure. 

0I<1 ©I©— G?G©. M. 4 - - (&l. ©!^+9(q)— *a§9isv- 
J5e bala Having property; (a person) of 
t^mft 3IT«r3T5 *m substance. 

(aio©is^ sai<i' $aiq — $1) (ai< $«©— a©^) 

SMftQ 6©©l«(flJ— G3G9.9 6 M (©©€») (933]©ief 
JSe(y) bejae(y) q^©Q al.©l+C9©l)— ©iiq6„a©^ 
sfa CWftT 5TT tat —Right and wrong. 

fll< G©©I4 94©(—G©, * — ©il^l©^ 9^Q ©«©l — 
JSe bejSe bujhibS To judge if any act is just 

wta crofir wWf ar tar 3*ot or unjust. 

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Jafien <$$ ai< Oft q.QQ, «G© ©9© G9G9 

•wre are g©g© i ©ci9ia ©a©© 

GQ $— (ff) ©fl© ©GQ— (I) go. 
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3?!^ 91© fl|Q 69IQH9I €S£fllQ© 99©$l 0©^C a 

©i«©g© o© ag © ©W*, *©i 9QS9I— 

1. Checking of the maps and 
records of a surveyor by a higher 
authority, y \ ©QisS — 2. Inspection. 
* I qd|M3 99«1; 9*19 «w©"aqai— 
3. Audit; examination of accounts, 
v j q©ioq. ©»©l - 4. Comparison, [q - 
<$©al© $©©« e^tjaesW^ (Provincial 
Settlement) ^QOGQ ©£ ©%fl9l 8©jlM 
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s§qQ , aio x a9©, si© ©i©si *9 g©6©©^o 

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JaSch aphisar aQ©fll©c? ©d^©©S©l 3|Q egg. 
(fifl© 9l©fl— a© 1 ^) ©©'©© ©*^l — Auditing 
^Vstfftfcra wNwrcn: or checking authority. | 
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Janch kariba c^ag © &, «9I fl©IW ©Q©>— 
^W^3t 1, To check the correctness of a 
siT^n matter. > \ $©©l ©Q9lr-2- To compare. 


* I 9<3jSI ©§91 — 3. To test; to examine.. 

* 1 9*19 ©©391 — 4. To audit. 

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(saio^ g©io — aff<j^a) aqai checking. 

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Compariag , dr checking or auditing 

clerk, [q — <3qq© Sl^SiS©, Q*l©^a3qQ 

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% fe*1t^ srT^ ftqfe report. 

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€!©!(©)— G9. 9 6 9^-aia©I (©) (G©«) 

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jaka ^ | gggj gpoi^i. All. (q—QS> C0931Q 

*W« SW4C©! ©^G9 I ©«8*©. 99I©Q©. Q© I ) 

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CQ 9«^ © GSlltai© G3 ©GCHW G© I ©9. 

$\ 9GaiQ©^.© a1©l) «'lfllG©;©91© — 

3. Indicating the plural number (gai — 

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JF^C&t^ 9 I fliqp (G©«) — 2. JSkua (See) 
^T,f^*^r * I Q°«l§— 3, Narrow, 

( ak»i©ai-a©<iqs ) 

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Ja&iba (etc) Jlkiba* etc (See) 

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fll« q§ 6©IQ 9*JQI— G9. § - * I 993QIQ^L *$9® 
Jaki Juki hoi basiba qq Q9G98© G>Q9I — 

cbct ^ ^n 3g* gg* £t st^Iott l. To sit 

by contracting on'es limbs, J \ (<30|^Q 
^9)^3! $3 6910 9§9I — 2 To ait close to 
one another, [q— 8Q9 SIQ G$3G9 9$© 

919©, 9ia§ m^e^iQ ai«« i $s*9. 

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jakua [also (gsi) $—<£!] Jakua (See) 

&iqq;9, 9, tf )— G9. woia— (a. 9° ©, qi°^ a$)— 

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9<3<fl© 9QQ 01%? I $3*9. 3<?iqQQ. 

99 l) 

fll%€— G9. ^— fiWW, Qlfl 6 G99S^IGQ G39I <9 

jfakusi IEJ9IQ ©$GqQ, 90G9I — A skin disease 

commonly seen in the groins^ axilla 

and en the neck. 

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Jake ^ eav); aw — 1* Till; u Pto (time or 

*$J$ place or person.) ( Q— £9© aeQIG9 

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etc (See) 9 1 G9IG — 2. Oblation to 
fire. [^aiWQTCQ ©96*3© Q|OfllQG» 
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( <> ) asnMQ, aq wwr, ( > ) 9«feaI#M9, 
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aiQ^o— 9i. 9«i 6 9 (s. ai» a)— at«Q[ £ j atf© (69«> 

Jaganika Performer of sacrificesj JSjfiika 

(aiflT* — aG"*%a) ^tfe^ snuftw? ( See > 

aid CT ^Q G1IQQI— GQ. g^OO ( Qil^ )— GQQQIQ* 
Jaga ghia kukura. khaiba g,Q Qa% 91 9QG£|© 

VfiM ft f^p ItSflt 9Q <3P Ql^l GQ« ©Q«>l 5 

39^f99|Q 9Q9| — To turn a good thing 

into a bad use. 

aia a»^4. 9 ( <iQieb q9oq «» )— sta — 

Jaga jajSa - Sacrifice. 

aiQO($) (QOIW)— e$GQ. Q— Qia O QOHQ ( GQfll ) 
Jagir(ri) (etc) JSgir etc ( See ) 

GNOQjQ) fll^lQ— GQG9. Q ( £TW ©lalQj-flTO) — 
Jagir(ri) mShSja eia QQ|Q^Q°gaqr 99§ ©^Q 
©9 — The Jaghir Mahals. [^ — 693IQ 
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5ft?Rl^ QGQ9 M G9 — 3. For getting which. 

v I ai9IQ fli9iQ<*eQ— 4. With whose 

(9I9I G9©— «91Qja) help; with 

c the help of which. 

CIS?— 69. TO (99iGQ 9i9$©) — *l (WQI&9); <O9©0 

Janka G9^ Sh^iQ — 1* Whose (singular); 

TO of whom > | ( s^qq© ) GQ^lff^Q— 2. 

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©qG®, ao$s? qGa £31$ a©Q qqqi I qasoia 

CI9IWI I ] 

oi^Jai^) — e — * isiroei qqqi; s:«9i ; qsi ©qoi— 

Jach (root) 1. To ask for; to beg for. > \ 
HQSqa QWI— 2- To request. • , 
SG09Q QQ$I— 3. To petition, w | g^Q| 
Q^QI — 4.To pi ay for. * | qqq^ qq^j — 
6. To surrender. ? | 3919 g f £ ( Q(M | 

a»9l%) flia'oi ©QOI— 6. To demand 
(bride) in marriage ( Apte). 

1. Pegging for alms, mendicancy, [ q 

— GQiGiifiJ scr6© <afo©i q^q^i quioia. 
39iai«i 1 ] > 1 9«i© acGQaj giaoi— 

2. Request; entreaty, m *| qq,^ qw 
QQQi SSI^— 3- Making an offer of 

marriage ( with a girl ) ( Apte), 
CNQ-GQ. 9 ( fllfl 9QQ ^Qufc q90Q%S8 9,9J© 3 

jacha aeii-giagi©. «g ^ q^ 0l€t ^ ^ 
*fw ««© ajoai^oi^qao )-Gota§ ^ gig 

W ©flG$ gieoi— Asking for getting althing. 
flioo— *. m. 4° ( «i© aig— aio© QQ<?i-f<a§. a $ ) 

Jachaka _<. f CW8IQIQ— 1, Asking. > f 

< QIO«— tf-Q ) - -gWOieiq— 2. Requesting; 
supplicating. 9— .^ | qjeq— 1. Beggar; 
mendicant.^ j \ 9$«I39I<3] 919 — 
2. Petitioner, m | G ofe,9 w<|iQ aiSflMie 
gifc^OI Ss§~3. A suitor for the hands 
of a girl. 69. C-'.flq9|l;.gf90e' 96fli- 


9l$S>6£i9 — A familytitle of Marhatta 

Brahmanas. SIC9 ( flH,Q9Q ) e — a££Q- 

fllG<?Q CflfllSW — A sub-caste of the 

gauidas in Sambalpur. 

<ai©(&j69)fl— gi, 9 ( a-aioei )— aioei* 9ia c «* ^ 9 i~ 

Jacha(ohi, che)3nS Begging^ entreating. 

GIQQ(ei)-*. Q ( 910 ai^» QIO@l QQ^i + q^. ao + 
Jachan(na) d.t9)— e 1 gldoi— 1. Entreaty- 

petitioning. [ €}— 9iq$WQ ?lfl©©9Q 
ag, G©^L-<1 aiOO G9 I Q«OW. CSIQ«J« i 1 
^ I Qfll— 2. Begging, m \ {+Qq€\ VQ; 
_j.ai ) — <?Q«(|^ — 3, A petition ( Apte ). 

0IQ3Q— 3. Q. 1° ( QIO ai§+Q<§. aQ + 9« ) — I I 
Jachanaka QIOQ; €ISQ — 1. Beggar. 9 I 
(310^91—^1) 9Q<ai§Q!<3! 9i§— 2. A petitioner. 

« 1 $1 ( die ai^+q^. w+Qtf )— gi^oi 

— 3. Entreaty- 

QiQaq— %. 9«. ( silo ai^+«& a«^ )— gia«i^— 

J^chaniya Fit to be prayed for. 

0IQGIQ— 3. 'M. -q» («I0 HI^+04. «© ) — Q9I 

Tachamana Qq^Qi- Begging. [ Q— qg^Q 

(3|Qfll^f-%1) G9IQGQ <© SIO^I^ Ql^ 9|«SI^1 

©Ifi O 9Qff i *}ttf9. «9IQQ©. W I ] 

die©— e. m (qio ai^+g^. ©)— «, 1 gjeT©— 

Jachita 1, Begged for- prayed for. $ | q© 
— 2. Dead; deceased, * | «jQa»iQ — 
3. Requisite, necessary ( Apte ). '*. 9 
laioai^fq^. ©)-^ I gtebl— 1. Entreaty. 
-> I ftSO 9^—2. Tne profession of a 

beggar ( Apte ). 

QieoQ— 3. 9 ( aieo+e^gpa*. q >— «. i fl,d© Qg 

Jaohitaka —1, Prayed for thing, ; | 091- 
Q^i ^S'™ 2 - A thing got by begging 

(Apte). * 1 s«i9<g>lQ aiQ $aiQ ©q ciaq9i 

9g— 3. Any thing borrowed for uae 

(Apte;. 

<ai€>©l— S. M- ^°- (q|© a|%= 9IQ8I ^QPI + Q^j. ©j 

JachitS Ql©© qq ^aj. 1^, )— SI08IQIQ"- 

(910^1 — $l) Begging, tt. 9. 9?— 1 I 090 — 

1, A beggar. > I OOiiQ 9|8flMI^ fllffl^©! 

9i^—^2. A suitor for a girl ( Apte ). 

• I OQSigOtq 919—3. A petitioner. 


•QI9 G9SI 


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fli© GQ9I— G9. 3.— ( e. aio^ ai4)-6ia»i 9% © 

Jachi debS 391 q*$q_ 6©fa8 Q9|£T G99I— 
C30? CTGfll To give a thing without the asking. 

srt^rc ¥*r ( ££— 99 99©gq cue G9Q eii«, 3399 

flitoei ^q i Q^p'i. scrl© i ) 

dl©Q|— 69. « (7. ate. al^Q (S^SIGQ C*9l€fG9il©9 

TSchiba tiei c ) — t i eQ?^9 Qi§q Gdtasaoie/ 
^W sqq)^ G»I69 9§9I— 1. To offer 

«lta*< ^HT a thiog voluntarily to a person. 

-> i G©ta8 ©^g ciiq © qqi geo ©i<s G©fei9 

^S 6WKJL S*h9 G99I— 2- To offer a 

thing unasked. { gen— fllQ <fe3, Q|© 

9fiW« I— OS! ) « I SGQI9W 3$ ©5>G9 

G99©I«^€9T«3 9QI©' 91 Q© 6991$. Sli©S9 

TfcKS ^at 9Q©l;fl|9© 9QQI — 3/To vow to give a 

*FW *M>H thing or sacrifice to a Deity on the 

fulfilment of one^s wish, (gj— a©CT©|£© 

0I©§) QS9I, 919 3Q£$ ©3S) eQET9l ~©3 ) 

■CTOTC*lt v I QSQ G99l%, wtelQ 9Q9I— *. To 

!$*l erteRf promise to give, * J G99l^ <g>|© 

ftr® SMIbM 9©!Q©I — 5. To extend one's hand 

Slf^isn to give away a thing. ( q — «n£j «|^ai< 

9)3 GOI9I3, 0!©QSJ Q dto QQ 393I — 

©a) [q>— 69TCQ ai©9f $^iq <j$$aa. 
«*© sioai^Q aefoi^qa© i ] $> i-eefag 

*TWtWt 9Q|a QIQ9iq SiaQl QQ9I—6. To pray 
Sffersfl for a thing, (q— [ q,©Ge ] «^ M( gf0 ^ 

saq© gsQ i qaiQia. ccra^a i) $> i gia qi 

©§91; aOGQa ©€*©!— 7. To pray for; to 
*Tt6T request. (^ — GO ai©9 G0G© GQ6f Q99IQ, 

9®fll9©H i) 

-0!€>Q Q©!ef (QQO) a^Q Olg— G9, 999© (§3699)— 
Jachila padartha (daraba) chhaigiba nShin 

wrftf^rflrewrt G©tei§GQ© s©*gG<si$© gsiq 
^tt ^fer ^wi*fi0* G©fei§ asieq, G9©iq_ q&i ©gq 

§§} 919 SM 9Q9l^agl9lQ QQ9 ©IQ*— Do not 

refuse to take a gift which a person 

offers you voluntarily. 

•*ii«t-e. w (eio. aj$+«K*ig aa f GQ. c»Jfli?9ieQ 

jachishnu aqig 91 CQaisl— Habitually begg- 
ing; disposed to beg (Apte). 


<a,©*i— ?. 93. (aio. ai^=aio©i 9q9|+9#. g) — 

Jachya gia'qq — Fit to be begged for. 3. 9 — 

(saio v . aiq+q9- q)— aoeqn 9Q9i— 

Making a request (Apte). 

0i©s;ii9-3. 9^1 [ ai©. ai^+9sT. 39 «uqo) ]— 

Jachyamana gig qiq 9<g^1^» — Forming the 

subject of a prayer, 

fligl ©I— €9. «\ 9^1 (^. aQ+Q^I+OQ^)— 31 Q?l ©I 
JSchchhSta (G9«)— Ja ichchba ta (See). 
(0191 ©IQ— «J01Q3) ^tCB^Slt mtsRTT 

Qio— «• © (a©, ai^— aoi 9Q9i+q9. »)— e 1 a<a ; 
Jaja Qg ; q© — L Boiled rice. > | «1Q^ q»9i — 

2. Food. * 1 (+©<$. «) sasi©^l©l 9i^ — 

3. A sacrifieer (Apte)- 

fl!©9— ^. f {SJ9 v , ai^«ia^ 9^1, 9©l 9€19I + 9(| 1 

Jajaka 39)— v 1 e^lQtj 31^9-^1. Performer 

of sacrifices. > I q^© v j g[Gg§©— 2. A 

priestv a person who ofljciates for a 

principal at a sacrifice, m \ g©9g| — 

3. A king's elephant, v \ 9^931—4. An 
elephant in rut. G9. 9— a#gcj99 — 
A missionary. [ Q— €J^*9 39Q »a 
qeq@© 1 9@Q GfllQ 9.Gg@© 4QM 9 C5>l©'> 
«^% ^§i> Q^I©| I <i5>iqrQ ge©*t9orQ aal© 

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G99SQ 'agS9l©l 3 *Q 9l« G9»l3i<], Q2JI — 

^ i sasatQ-Ga 9@q,si©^i© -©Qfi), ? I 

€9I©1— G3 «* 8IO ©Q^ • I Q^l©|— GO 
a^ Q\Q 9QgJ, V I €91©!— G0 ®Q1 3§© 

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<ai99©!fe)— ?• 9 [SJI99 +Q9lGa C . ©I fo)]— 
JajakStS ftwa) GoIg^^©^ —Priesthood. 

«ii©©i— glCQ (919^0) 9-019^99^1 $ ft 1° ^igtfi^r 
jSjatya a!«ll96S9— A sect of Brahmanas in- 
habiting Jajpur. 

glee—*. 9— (s© ai9 3©«0i©yi^-i3^ ©gcj9i+ 

jSjana Q9 «©) ^ I 80S 9IQ Qf^lQ 9^19©— 
.1. Causing t he performance of a sacri- 


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( 99£* ) 


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fice by anothor- 3 [ g@q GaTeqiJG*— 2. 

Officiating as a priest at a sacrifice^ 

performing or conducting a sacrifice. 

fllQ^Q— 69. $ ( ?. S3I©GLQ=QISI Ql <an£ ©fl|©qr 

Jajapura ggQ)_Q$Q MI q g^Qqag GCJIt« 

irarjac q©©$©© £ QCIQ— -The subdivision and 

^^ town of Jajpur in the north part of the 

district of Cuttack. [q — «$Q$©Q©QSQ 

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fixed festivals of Lord Jagannatha of 
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> I a9Mla—-2« Fit to be invaded or 

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G9©l — 2. A fair; gathering of a crowd 
of people at a place. 

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Jatra ana(nu)kula ^©"q ©js^ aiQ* ©| ©^g, gj©^ 
^t^t^C^C^^ ©I9IWI— The starting for a 
1RTT sigfvST specified place or for a specified 

purpose. 

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jatra karibS a©^i© ©$©| — 1. To make a star 

Ttait ^3T for a journey for a particular pur- 

i!?rr ^^?n pose. 9 1 QiaiQsiw a©©9©ia r ^©1 ©1©iq© 

a©©^ ©€^©| — 2. To make a musical 

performance without a stage, 

for public show. 


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©141 ©i©-u. 9—1 | gi^i 9Q9lQq9$— 1. The 

Jatr& kaja moment of making a start for a 

journey. > | ^QQ ga^j — 2, The time of a 

(9141 <2$ — €939^.0) festival. 

jatra k ali 9141 €9391^ «l9gQI ; ©s^ — Specta- 
(9141 ©19 a — 3©i%a) tors who attend a fes- 
sffat Wit EW5 ^t 3 ^ tival, GQ. 93— <• I QI4| 
qRrF^^^TSTT 69391^9319©— 1. Come or as- 
sembled at a place for a festival. 5 | 

9141 QQQ ©l©1©— 2, Relating to the time 

of a festival, 

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Jatra kaii bhagSri ©I qft$GQ QQ 99IQQI 9<i§— 
(9141 Oioa QQIQ— «OS^g) An enemy or rival 
$5fK fe*ff^s ^iftTO or claimant who appears 
5?3in^ f^W unexpectedly. ($ — qqi§ 9 ^JGQ 
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Jatra kharacha £$9©CS 928fi©l a© — Tips given 
qtsft ^5 to servants and children on 

^SHOT* occasions of festivals^ 

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Jatra gahala(li) 99©| 91 G9IQSI©— Crowd 
TOt CMfl congregating at a place on the 
qiaT^ tfte occasion of a festival or fair. 

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0141 q%— 69, 9—3141 9©Q Ss© 91 6§i© ; ©l$9 $%- 

jatra guru The teacher or trainer of a party 

*rt3flH ^ ST5TT 3^ of dancers. 

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Jatra jatju)maka Q^asi #9 69IQQ9I G3i^9§® 

[3141 ©1©)39I — «9i%,a] 6G3© «^9 G9IQ 991 6991 

«Jt*TC fft Wfjl — The heat of a pantomime^ 

31efl smsfT the condition or moment when the 

crowd of spectators to a pantomime is 

immense j owing to mimes and popular 

songs. 

0141 ©(Q)fll(Gfl)Q9l— G9. $— t I GQ|?4 QIOGQ 9§- 

Jatra ia(ju)ma(ine)ibs QQQ^_ 31984 9Q $£ 

sitait Wt=(i *Nt W¥t=i, ^TfoiT wqftft ©Q©9I© gpq 

-vnonsmm 9^91— l. To cause a big crowd 

to assemble at a place by exhibiting 

or doing something to attract a big 

crowd to the place of entertainment. 


) I G9IQ3IQ 09IQ9I— 3. To .create a row 
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9|©* £)I4I«©©3C9 9§G««9©9 %*& 8© 
91919 9Q9I— 3. To exhibit mimes in a 
pantomime so as to attract a large 
crowd of spectators, 
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Jatra titha Qa9l9— Festivals ete. 

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Jatra tithi 1. Holiday; a day of a particular 
SI4I 9Q ? festival, 

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2, A day propitious for starting on a 

joutney, 

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Jatra dala OQ 91 €l« *A party of performers 
*lla[ftir»f qrerTOT^r of a pantomime. 

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Jatra nata Pantomime. 

©i?i ^Sf— e. 9—* 1 ©a* 9«foia* : 9l«l ©Q9I §^i — 
Jatra prasanga l f The performing or under- 
taking of a pilgrimage. > I 9G9S 9©IQ 
q^^ — 2. The connection of a journey. 

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Jatra phera(re)iba 9GQ 91 gfl^Q «^9 ©9^fl!9 
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mm S^STRT 9141 9991— To cancel a starting 
(which is found afterwards to be 
ominous) and make a new start under 
better auspicious indications. 


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OlfrlQISl — GO, 0.— t'l G9 aooq OGQ— l.Porfor- 
ffttirfbSiS mer; actor or dancer in a perfor- 
^taiftf ^ IfjfWfSn mance, jj-oi$|q sQGffQOQ— 
(919 I9W— 31) 2 - A partj- of performers of 
(itllSi Q8KSI — Olfln^) pantomime. 

flist o$j— e. Q-giQisjQ «ra»QOOf sgsjgq aiasi^ 

TStrS bidhi ©flfl— Rules for observance by a 

person undertaking a journey t 

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TatrS bhangibS goi qqqQ q g$© $flai 09$l— 

1, The melting of the crowd in a festi- 
val or pantomime. > \ gigQ «©©qgQ 

©q 9ia§i9i wi ea® q^gq ©V 9gq 

2. The frustration of an auspicious 
starting by some inauspicious omen 
or sight. [q— g|4| $q QJ gq ^ €Q 

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qr^r SfTOT 6991 — 1. To attract a crowd to a 

place. > I 69?a3 g\QQQ qq\&q\q gq Q |_ 

2. To create a row at a place 

0191 $200— GO, 0.— 3W6Q CoTqoOOO 91 KVIh 

Jatra suanga ©to© eJCiff^— The mime exhibi- 

ijt3it Iff, qfolt *TC mmt$ ted in a pantomime. 

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Jatrika qqolg— 1. Relating to a journey, ) \ 


gai<T9ii3l — 2. Customary; usual. * f# 
■ 9I$)IQ QSGQIoli 091 &iQ qS^OO— 

3. Fit for a journey; auspicious for a jour- 
ney, vfcosfoiq; oi^i oqaio qigq— 

4. (A place) Where one can march to„ 

+ 1 GQQ* aioio^iq sji^i ©q qiq9icq— 

5. (conveyance or means) By which a 

person can perform a journey. § 

"* I ©Cl'oiA^-l. Pilgrim, j \ g Q . g^. 
2. Traveller. » I $cp. g^|^-3. A 

festival. * | Qaiq— 4. Expedient. 

qi*1—o. o«. qr— (aipi+«S m'gq q© v wl w.)— 

Jatrl ? I 9l®lftl<3 — 1- Marching; journeying. 

(0I?«1— <) J I Ofl«Olq!— 2, Travelling, m \ 

oeifaWIOI^I— 3, Starting on pilgrimage. 

[oai— acrWI, Gia ( 9i§1 q©^i^]— §»_ 

Gia^fiSI W§~ ApiJgrim. 

o^l ai^oi— go. o.— (951 01 Qgiffo oaiswigo) — 

Jatrl Snibi qQ©Q QlOl siiS^aiQ G90|^ gj^l- 
**^Pi1 «i©Q flow (qq ao W^i©^) ss^qi— 

iiRft«fRT To bring pilgrims to a centre of 
pilgrimage by recruiting them from 
their houses (said of Pandas and their 

agents. 
Siel SIOI— GO.$.— 9G©10 9§|C? ^OtGQ©0 ®»Q 0141- 
jatri khata qiQQ- Olfl a|q 6 QgCl© g^| qgo — 
sffiffa ^ ^TRft^l Books containing the names 
addresses and signatures of the pil- 
grims of every 'Panda'. 

0I§1 oio — go. §.— v i oaqf 019GQ aaatflflio? s>y- 

Jatrlgargi a^tl ©qQKl— 1. Yehiclee used for 
Itaft 9ff^l qRft JTT^t conveying pilgrims. 9 j 

(ai«1 901 019— aoi$a) aioano G^ooi§); eoef 
GQ»€ii96Q awlflio^ ^aa^ii ©g ai<i— 

2. Passenger train. «n | eooOQOia' 

oigiS^aaQOiaitl oqpoi ao«iqg©Gge»- 

g^ G9G«, GgfllffS^GQQ «1§)GQ OI^OOM^ 
(J?IQ §>«I9I<] -^.Ambulance cnrts used 
for conveying cholera-stricken piigrims 

to a hospital, 

oi«l qsig.1— go.q.— (^.91^1 +gri. qflraoi^)— aa'gc ^ 

jatri gumasta 01^] alfQi qiq* a^iff QSGj. gqq© 

It^ldfflVt QQS>^ -Itinerant agents of PandSs 

IT^V gmW who visit the PandSs' pilgrims at 

their homes and bring them to, 


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them to the pilgrim-centre; pilgrim- 
recruiter jpi! grim-hunter. [ $ — 9iaiQ3©l 
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Jatrl ghara g\99 «Bflq« 919 aflGSJ ggft €[<g> — 

3t3?fa*I <HdV=K 1, Huts or rest-sheds built for 

accomodating pilgrims during festivals 

j 1 aitfflioe'QQQiaiQ'egBN a^gqw 

q<§ — 2. Lodging houses built for 
accomodating pilgrims. 

Tatrl ti(ta,te)kas «iqg.9l aGQHQ Wteroi% 

^qq— Pilgrim tax; a tax 
formerly levied from every pilgrim 
visiting a holy place, by the G-overB- 
ment. [ g — vr<><" g|%|QGQ Q*q» 

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^l^l^iTcfelT W^ftsff^t *«a[^^T5!T (Pandas or 
pilgrim-rectuiters) Who exact or extort 
money from pilgrims. [Q— 6QQ GqftQGQ 

a^l^OI^ GftW Q CIQQQ $«1 6^^ 9Qg) 1 
G9«5Q f «f©l Qft91» gQQ 8|Q* 99 asaai 

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01^1 Q9 C Q^G<?. 9— ai§1fl|9C?Q GWQSO— 
Jatri darsana The visit of a pilgrim paid 
Itftrt' 5 ! i^m to the Deity in a centre ©f 

pilgrimage a 

QI9l 9& «Q(Gft)OOI-«.S-TO©OQ SlOte SOT 
jatri dargana kara(re)iba 6WflftQ<ji 3|Q 

S3l©1%QaO Qq(GQ)q9il G^fllGQ 699©l- 

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31^1% G^l(G«st)Q9l J q$ai ©Q9I— 

«ltlfte^f x t>[ ^^ «IT^^ ^§!T ^TRr To accom 

pany pilgrims to the Deity and show 

them the idol. 

aifllQIft— CQ. 9— 9§ 9MGQ aielfilOQ-Q «ia c ^ «QqI 

jatridanda q^| ( gg qq €q Qgiqio^Q ^ 

(aidQIS— a^%9) TO Q QGQ)— The state of 

^fir ^T^N SRft ^RTI things regarding the 

* influx of pilgrims to a boly place, 

cia^aQQi aiols? Mil oSqm i g©q" qs- 
ai®iQi5 G©e qgo, aa c io gq9 ai§l o« «q 

<ai*1 q©q— gq. ^> (©Qa c © gsisg ^qq «)-^ i ai©^ 

Jatri patafa aQ— L Pilgrims etc. y\ %\<&<$s> — 
OaiQla^— a^^a) 2, Auumber of pilgrims. 

(^aoiOQ— ©otqoq, QifiieaoQ) 

filial f §(«)— GQ. Q ( ^ J3fQl 6 ^ )— %. I SiOlqiMT- 
Jatri b^utti^tta) Ol^ai^Ql XQ<$\<% «R^Qig)^i9j 

aiQlGoai 2 a 01Qa a^lOQ— 1. The profe- 
31^19*1991^1 " ssion of subsisting on the 

alsl^o 4 earnings from pilgrims^ as 

saiQl§© > a.9.9 a 'Panda^ 9 I ai§1qfllgiSQ; 

aiQlG9^i » Qi^lra^ia^eifUflio^Q som 

^ ^PPrt^ ^a 'G93QGCKI ^ QH90I Wl9 «^l- 
qf^fHtar 2. The profession of a pilgrim- 


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jadabi ^ | 919$) G9Qi> ^1—1. Durga, ^ I 

g€liag^2. Stock of cattle. * I 5199 — 

3, Wine. "» I q$$\ «J| ffl**4. A bawd; 

procuress^ 

01991° 9»a— ^. 9. q* (53l9gi° = 9&&^IO(? + 9lSl) — 
fadasSm natha t 1 c%dl — 1. The Sea-god. 

(31991° QQ— a9'J%9) > ! AGO/— 2 t The sea; 

ocean (Apte). 

fll(Q1i)9l— G^69. 9. ( ffl, qiQIi 9^191; CHI9I ) — 

ja(]ya)da e I QeiQij ag^9— 1. "Very much. 

5W^T 5 I a9€)g — 2. Excessive, m I a69SH9© 

q^_3. Better/ §^l€i 9^— <J aG9SI<5© 

qgQ — 1. Comparatively. ? I a©«i^9 %G9 

— 2, Excessively. 

<3l«fc-*« ^^ e ( gQ (*• €| )~ 1 * Water (Apte). > } 
Tadu ©Q© 09lffl (9. a)— 2. A liquid; a fluid 

(Apte). 

€1|<§> (Q©**:9) - 69 6 GG?G9. 9— 9!<£Q©il9 ( 69<a ) 
Jadu (etc) Jadu etc. ( See ) 

fl«p8(©)— G9. 9. ( ST. 99fl8— flJflQ' StG^ia© )—■ 
Jadumani(ni) 3Q 6^99 sl^— A d ^ar personj 
^t^rfq Tift * darling. 

0|<2§9— S. 9S. 9?. ( 999I+Q9 )— ^. I GWI^Q— 
jadiucbchhika 1; Arbitrary; wilful; despotic 

(919^01— €) > I S(»l9 — 2. Independent. » I 
S^Sl©© — 3. Yoluntaryj spontaneoue 
(Apte), v | tt9S A 9— 4. Accidental ; un- 
expected (Apte). 9. ff — GWI^a 3I99— 
A officiating priest who acts or per-* 
forms a sacrifice as he pleases (not 
according to the rulee), 

ai^(a,fl) -*•*.*- («®+9«L «4+«A Q ^ 

jadTus;sa, ksha) a + <a) - ,G€J^ g©IGlQ— Of 

(Ql<5€l1, sai^sl — ^1) which sort; like which. 

■w hatlike. 

QI6QIGia— «- (39I + SWI5 TO 6919* 8 SI9GQ 4 &)— 
Jadogana ©99^9— Th ^ aquatic animals 


fcl€3iQG<a«i§ 


( &~Km ) 


ai9ig(gi ? ai)» 


«aiG919G«3,Q-a. 9 ( 9$ 9®i aiwia«+*iQ; 
Jadoganeswara £l|QQ = 9ftQQ<Sl-f«>|a )— \ 

SflQ — 1. The ocean. > | qq$i — 2„ The 

(aiOTMa^alWWWlO— a««q.9) Sea-god, 

316919913—3. 9.- (^1 TO; 0i9l4-99IS, 0^9199 

JadonibSsa Qiag|«tf — * I 339—1. The ccean. 

) I ©»— 2. Water. 

aifl— s. w. i*— (a$+a)— * i a^d^ (9. a)— 

Jadwa 1. Belonging to the Jadu dynaBty* 

(aiqfl— %1) 9 I a<^ aq,*1q (@© sq8Iqq) — 

2. Relating Jad«. 
<3lG (QQilQ)— C9G9. e.— 91Q qq«||q (€9$) 

Jan (etc) Jan etc. (See) 

019— a. 9.— (aiai^4-wi. m 4 a@*GQ G<aG9<i9 

Jana fll^S «»i il©SL aiQ 9IQ§) -* | qi^q ($§«$- 
9QSIQ ) — 1- Conveyance. [ Q — aio (§ 
9I99 <Q\& 9, 9S* ^iblQ^iQs 9JMI9 aiae 

G9igai< i ] ^ i ( +q9. to ) ago-, 

gflfl; Qfi>3 a|^|— 2. Goings moving; ad- 
vancing; proceeding. « | 69fll$»— 
3. Travel, * I «o S99«GQ aiQI — 4. 

<K. £*** —J 

Expedition against an enemy ^ march- 
ing against. + | ^$a$| — 5. Attackiugj , 
invasion. 9 \ ( 4.9393$ a® )— 9Q9$ 
69I9 9$99l ai§i; eaiqai©|— 6. Proces- 
sion! train ( A P te ). 9 i (+oa«. 3W»)— 

GO?Oli 9*919— 7- Ship; boat, (aeil— 

ai9 acr 1) W. 9. — (*. QQai?)— -aiciTOi 

99$^ ctflO— Arrival- coining near, [q-- 

9©©1 90 OQG<$, a© 9©9© G9lG*j}, 9<?Q 

9$q ai©» «g© 9qQ i siol. qwiq* i] 
anoo— a. 9.— (aifi»+«ea. 9)— ai* e«9— 

Janaka Vehicle; conveyance (Apte). 

oiOQQ — ar 9.— (ai94-q a 'SL+®8* a )— 9&qq~ 

Janakara A carpenter (Aptej. 

«i©ai— a. w - (0i©a+«g «asQ qq v , 9&1^ ge^g) 

Janaki !3M%9J 019 99 Q9I — Seated on a 
conveyance. [Q — §<%Q fitySjtf Gsa@ S§9 
fiiejStfl GSQ 31001 G9I9 0IQQ1 «KN I 98. 

G&9$}S 9919 1] 

019 9I«— ST- 9— «§9 G319; G9IQ© — A sea -going 

Jana patra vessel, 

(a;oai«a— *flK%Q) 


019 919 -ST. 9«.~ (QI94-99 9I9.4?94 ' »)— Gfl 

Jana baba Qf^Cj 09$ q§Q $| $|q<?| — -Drawing 

GI9QI99 l_ a0 og or carrying a convey- 

9. — ^ I QI99999IQI 99 — 1. An animal 
drawing a vessel or vehicle, y \ 

99IQ n$ G9I9QI GC3Q— 2 - People bearing 
or drawing a conveyance, 

taie 9190—^, ©— (<igi€J c 9 99©Q 39 )— afl»ia?i9i£j 

Jana bahana 9S9«gS) OI9I Q9IQ9 9193 (99$ 6 
[019 91919— gifl1%a] 9«n 9)— Conveyances and 
animals drawing conveyances [<^ — 
QldlQ^ G9^ a,©i^Q QgGQOQ GQG9 
091 «B§9I 9Q^ ©I^l ai° G9Wai4, aai— 
91^ 3QIQ, CwfQI, GQ03I9, ^9I»^!», Qa 1 
Gagj" «(I9fl!GQ €<39^_ 9069 999 9Q§ 91 

ai9 «fi9q tttig oi<^ 9199 69iQai^ sjeii — 

fl9^, 6QI9I9 9»9 5 9I«1 I] 

019 QST — ^- 9 — »qj TO; ai»+9fif)— 91919 9i9»- 
Jana bhanga «!Qfi9l— Shipwreck* 

QI9 qa— *. 9— €!9fl9Q «a8[0; ^9— The fore part 
J5na mukha of a carriage^ the part where 

the yoke is fixed* 

QIQQI9— e. M. 1' (319+ai aiCj.4-9^. a©) — 

Jfiaajana Cl|?G9 99 ai€J?i9lj aMGW- 

.SiQQIQI— a]jT Driving or riding in a carriage. 

QI»€liOI— a.-9-MR <3G9 «H9^ Q^iaK— 
janas^la Coach-house; garage ( Apte). 

0,ei3G9M-s- ^ v *$ 09 )-ai9qL **W9i— 

Janabaroham Alighting from a conveyance. 
,aM9%9[©l]— 9«) / 

0toi€q9€i-^. « ( 9«fl ©oj— ai9eQ00 9i— 

janarohana Riding on or using a conveyance. 
iflMOQ, aioiG«— q.% ai9l%9i, ai9K99«1— sil- 

M ) 

fl;9M(SH, aO»-C'«G9- 9 ( ETL 9iff =ai99 6 ttgl^ 
janasa(sta^stha)n «=9l^aO; %». a. Sift 6 

*^r ^9 )-m oa^ «9»5 afi»9 a»^; a^g— 

^^RTj ftsr^cT 1. All property ( moveable and 
immoveable ). ( saal— G^QfllGQ G5II9 
aiQI^lQ G91§ G9GSI I G9^| Gaiq* 9IQ 

ei9iqo ©Qfl G91Q9Q I ) >\ M & 9ft§ 
—2. Life and property. 


ai5> 


( *rv ) 


aiQn 


Jani gg£ G99Q Ql 9HM1— 1. The male 
(aiOTdl— %1) servant of the Deity Mangala. 
J I Q«»I$Q 9°6€IIQI*t QSaS— 2. A family- 
title amongst the Kandhas- 

ai© aim*- gi. 9 ( s. aio+awii <iQiab woe*)— 

Jani jatara «. | $© Q$$; qai&P; G9QQIQ-Q 

(€ll©ai«f — s«s%e) QaslQ— 1. Festivals obser- 

(g^K *N#| ved in respect of a Deit}3 

4tftq»d<l religiotia ceremonies and festivals 

of a Deity. > 1 GW©W Qfl^ 6 COiqeW 

—2. Religious festivals and processions 

Ql© 6tiff$Q— W. * <*9©Q, *♦ fllP+eal^? )— 
J5ni jagtuka ^ 1 Q$§a £g96©fo<3 — 1. Various 

qtfc^lt presents. > I QQI9 9GQ QQ^QS^IQ 

etoq*% 8©9I QIOQI93 6 <£ WQQ— 
2. Conveyances and presents given to a 
bridegroom by the bride's family 

JSnti ( ^. gq, ) — g«9|©— Nut cracker. 

(ai©-^Wi%a) 69. s^jl (9^1 SqiQ 90199$ 93- 

5(TSt ( He or they ) Do go. 

fl|«(<M)— «r. M. 9! ( aio+QQ > SI. *<?;+« )- 
J5ni(nya) QIO ©19 ( G9« )-* -Jana baha (See . 

Jantrika 1. Mechanical; belonging to 

(9W-I1) machines, j \ qtfflqQGQ MI^Q— 

2. Artificially ""refined ( Apte ). 

aiQQ— a. w. g? ( «i ai% §©, saia ai^+ag. «q )— 

japaka t I 69 Ct© ©qo-^-L' Causing to go 

(aiGQI— qj) ( A P ta )• J I W>l— 2. Giving 

away; bestowing. 

Japata £>a aQ9l— Holding tightly with 

srMfefa f^raf the arms. 

a;a?©i ©awio)— w. § (e. «i«i')-©iaf9i qmq 

Japatiba (etc) ( SQ«I )-Japa$iba etc (See) 

qiqg— e. Q ( Qi ai^+^io=aiQ ai^=Qiffiesa<a oqqj 

Japana + qq. ag )—e | »Q.,q q© GQQ9I, 

O^IQ^I — 1. Causing to go or move. 5 | 

QIMflaei; %<*$ ©SKWI— 2. Spending or 


passing away of time, •» | g)$gs>* 

QIO© QQ$; ^9Q^I — 3. Expulsion; 

ejection; driving out; causing to go 

away. v |. qjkikj QC^-— 4. 

Allaying; alleviating; mitigating. * 1 

GSlflQ <§><3J$Qtf — 5. Curing of a disease. 

9 I Q«H; ?9/ ©l«:ese$l-6« Delay, 

procrastination ( Apta ), 9 ( qq^i; 

G£l<361 — 7. Support; maintenance (Apte). 

" I CQ1QO— 8. Practice^ exercise (Apte). 

<i I WltilBglOSQ €>§Q1^ 2J|©Q'; «19QQ9I — 

2. Loitering ( Apte ). 

Qiao 9Q©i - 69. 3 — «*IQ9li (Wj) 8991^^ «Q?|— 

JSpana karibS To spend (time). 

.01991—9-. Q c 3i a:^$Q, aiQ ai^+q^. «q+sh )— 
japana v I 0190 ( €9«t ) — 1. Japana ( See ) 

> \ ( qw wQ+n )— wqiws> qQiea.- 
cof^9 ^§Sl ^^^i aff ( 9. «. )— 2. 

Money-grant made to a person for 

maintenance. * | SNQQIQ ( 9. a. ) 

3. Use, 

aigaq— «r. w (si aiSL+ s oflS»9+otf. wq) — 

Jgpaniya GSa^ll^-To be passed or spent. 

ctifl (ai^)— ^. (ai ai^+^o ) -<■ 1 (010) 6sa<i qsiqi 

japi (root) —to pass; to spend ( time ). 

> I ©ftlQQij £1Q ©qQQI — 2. To cause to 
move; to ply. * I 0901 — 3. To expel; 

to eject. 

q ;a©— e. ©si (aia a!^+«^. ©)— v 1 «eM§© imfy. 

japita 1. Spent (time). 

9 I «agi$G>$ $9)C> — 2. Expelled, removed. 

cjqqi-gq. « (^. ale ai^}— <- 1 (Qi») aia© qqqi— 

Japiba 1. To pass or spend (time). [ q — 
Ittt ©Qtq«' ©G^ QWGQ Q©61 ai9Q OlQl— 

qrrmcsfrj sn'TiTT qai?iei. qsi 1 ] > 1 (^. qa) 
«1§9I — 2, To pressj to squeeze, 

qi^ ( _^. ^ (aia ai^+Q^- 0+41- «fi)—etl— -Plaited 

Japta or matted hair, twisted hair (Apte). 

g,0i_^ t ^ (aii ai^+Qrf a )— e I aaoj ©o^ 

Japya G9Q; €1^ — 1. Contemptible; blame- 

- worthy, 9 I QIMq — 2. Requiring to 

be spent or passed. « | a©9l9W^;. 


aiMi© 


( pri* ) 


€JI99€Q 


ai9— s. 

Jaba 


gsq Ggci% 9*Gag%ea acqa* «q qiq 

9 9IG9* «§ 99IQ Q«tl 319 9i€Q — 

3. Passable-, not capable of being 
radically cured, but capable of being 
alleviated to continue in a tolerably 
mild form. [ q> — gqcr $$n gen — gia, 

$< 91$, e§ <S)gai9 goqagiq G99gq «$ 

93 §< 6 §)Sa gS^iQ 9 9G9 9! 919*110 g 
QQG«| ai?i qSt 319 $GO I ] v 1 wiQfil^— 

4, Secret. * | qqq^| — 5. To be 
covered. $ \ qiqsisjj ^gjOQ«l^ — 

6- To be expelled or ejected.9 |gqsn — 

7. Trifling; unimportant, r | QQgflq — 
(8. a.)— 8 ° To be protected. 

aia-iai?— e. 9 (aiai^wqiq+aiQ«. 9 | TO )-^g w , ; 

Japyajana 8 | ft §. 6QlR . flW _ A litter; a 

palanquin. (Apte), 

Relating to barley, 9 ( g^I^gsf© 
9Q9I+q£ a )— v 1 aQg$>. a»©i — 

1, A reddye s lac-dy 6- j ( g^q. qi^_ 

2. Gruel. * , aQ| ^ Wt) . ^ Qn ^ 
%frl— 3. Crushed straw for cattle* v | 
a9a|Q$ $$ai (@. «.)— 4. Powdered fried 

barley, + | q$ (q. a ,)— 5. Shell lac. 

€j|©0-ff. 9 ( ai9+HGef. 9 )_^ 1 aQ§g . aQ s>,_ 

Jabaka 1. A dye made of lac (used inpaint- 

ing the border of the soles of females). 

J I m% Q9— 2, Half-ripe barley, m \ 

' $*qo 39 — 3. Chadless or awnlesa 

barley. * \ 039^; flW> ^9 (§* a.) — 

4. A kind of phaseolus pulse. * | qq©. 

G9IQ2J — 5. Kulthi grain; Dalochus 

Biflorus. $\ 9i§*i ai9; GjjfsfQ aiQ ; qiQ<a— 

6. Summer paddy. $> | q© qq §<§» 39. 
391^7. Barley boiled like rice. ( gj 

ai9Q qgs Geii%9G^ 9^0 @$ 9ia6$— 

8. Food prepared from barley (Apte). 
t I Q9ai9Q 2$ei ( 9. a. ) — 9. Powdered 
fried barley. «>• | Qg ( ^ ^ )_ 

10, Shell lac. 


ai9SiQ— s, 9<si ( €1qsiq + *i )— 39SI9 wfl^— 

JSbakshara Nitric j nitrous^ 

(awai^o— ao^g) 

aiQSlQfl^s. 9 (a&®Q, QqiSpQQqSl)— f39giQ©[» — 
Jabaksharamla Nitric acid. 

ai9©GQ9l9Q— S. «. 93 ( OQiqlqQj 3199+99, 
Jabachchandradibakara 99|99° ) — QQ 

(aige©;©*— «9i%fn 6 qsfi 391 qqS$; qq9Q sag 
aa'^i ©Q9I« B|Q— Till the end of time. 

for ever. 

ai©9^iG©~G^. «. Qei^— (q©^)— (?r. sai9©»iQ c )-- 

Jabachchandrarke ©QQIQ fl|Q — 

For even eternally. 

ai5>Q(8)— 69. 3. ^^1— (ST. 919© 6 Q§\ } ai9§9«i)— 

Jabachha(chchha) V j <a|Qg| ©1 (€9«)— 

lt?ra ^fe ^f^^TT 1. Jaichchha ta (See) 

> I «9^; G9©(<3— 2, Excessive. 

(acii—rf ©1^3198 cawa 1) 

fll09S(«l)— e. 8.961— (9190 + aQi €19h; 9^ GSiq. 
Jabachchhakti(kya) ©4.3=$) — eaGO^Q Wfo% 

[ai9©98, TOoaiflsfi— «9^%g] ag 91 9a ag G9 

9€fi§ — As far as possible 5 to the best of 

one's power. 

S3!9<819— S. a. — ( «I9i^ Q9j 3199+€fl9 ; )— V I 

Jabajjiba aflQ^l; ««99— 1. Till death, ,? j 

(ai=?<al9», ai9w— «9i%ji) Sfi9a ^91 '9IQ aa'i^ 

%«?I9! OIO Ofllfl— 2 For life; through- 
out life. 
Qi9«l9 QIQQ$— -7. ^J. — («^L®9) — 9W9I Ba% 
Jabajjiba karadanda G9fi^!l9IG9 Q99I 9^ — 
(919^199 91^99 — a9<»^9) Imprisonment for 

life. 

ai9$l9 9191^9 — e. 9.— (ad©9 gG^I«)-9«^l J 3IG9 

Jabajjiba dwipantara QQiaitf 91 a§WI9 ^1aGQ 

iai9«l9 ^^J99 9^1519 (9§)— 

3i9%l99 glai^Q 1 — a9iQ9 Transporta- 
aie«l9Q©vm9 1 tion for life 

aWl99 69al§9 •> (as purflsh- 

ment). 

a(9© (£19^19)— 9199 QCH9 (e9^) 

jabarda (etc) Jabarda etc (See) 
Q1QQ6Q— G9. 5. 9fl.— (S. €^9) — ^. I alci Q9GQ> ^© 

jabar^ara G90OT— 1. Swiftly. J I 9t%Ga; 

^t*K& 99 SJ9GQ— 2. Thickly; densely. • | 

3151^, Wi *^T <59%GQ— 3. Tightly. 


SJIQQ 


( *rK9 ) 


ai9«Pe © 


Qi9©— s. a.— ( qq— ea+aTOieiieef 9© ) (<9f 

Jabat ©iqi aaSQ 9«|Qf o $<] <§ «g g^sf *lGgii© 
[OIPO^— «CflflQ a©] qca ©W© Q19§© §«) — 

ticaGs? TOawjGaeoflia aa«.$— l. Tilb 

until; as loDg (as); till which 
(limit of time), ? | G3G© mil flfl^ — 
2- As many as. w> | GaG»9 9Q9I3 tffty 
3. As much as. v | 69G© ^qiq 9 | 
C?<3i arf^j GGS© 9© — 4. As great as. 

* I G360Q. 9£Q|£[— 5. All whatever. 

9 i ai<si©©> &ae©$Q asisj— 6. As far 
as; upto, 9 | Qg^ gg^i — 7. As soon as? 
no sooner than; just us, n gQ|- Q3S9 — 
8- Ifj when j while; as, [ Q^ — < €19 
©19© S9Q 9Q| q|9!aiG© 99i£j^G3 ©fl«l8© 
arffllQTOQ 9«*9§a ^—Used in the 
following instances independently of 
Jabat. (S2II- ^| BlQalQfl-1. Ascertainmant 

* I gerai — 2. Praise, m \ gi©G^I — 

3. Wholeness; entirety; totality, v | 
9QG&Q — 4. Section; chapter. * | gqaQ 
91 ai©Q 91 SOTQ qtai, a<a%j— 5. Limit; 
boundary (of time, place or number), 
upto; till, f | fl|9— 6, Measure. 9 I 
aQfltel -7. Quantity, r| gqa— -8. Rank; 
dignity. 3 | esi$© — 9* On tbe other 
hand, to I sj^qiq— 10. Possession.] 
STOI3— qflsj — AH ; whole M.-~ V I 
G9G©; G^Q eQ«l]^16Si — 1. (Denoting quan- 
tity or measure) As much as), j \ 
G3G© Q^IF — 2. As many (as). *> | sac© 
99— 3. As great (as), v | £aG©$q— 

4. A s far <as). * | ggQ;^-5. Whole of ; 

all. ( aai-OTQ aiQQ ai©© ®q£ aS 

Gfll Q6Q %£} G^lQag^ I ] 6Q. ©.— a1fl| 
— Limit. (aej|— Gfl| ©$j,Q ai9© v 9i§ w i ) 

QI9Q9I©— *. «— 636© 9© aSrfj; aiSl©©^— 
Jabat-kala As long (as); so long (as), 

iai9Qi©, ai9gio aa-^— «©jqp) 
«ji9© v e§fli£i — s. a — saG© a^sngi — * 

ysbat-parima^a As much ( as ). 

QIQ© 9€$9-S. 9<a— caG© aQSKSl 99q— 
< Jabat-parimita As much (as). 


fill©© Wifi— tf. 9«i— »» a© 99 — 

JSbat-pramaj^a As great; as big, 

Qi©©-€9. a ( g, ai9©)— t I ai9© v (G9«i)— 

JSbata 1, Jfibat ( See ) [ $— 3|9© © aGQ 
*tf^5 $QQ, ©|0© ^q Q|g G5IIQ ? ©QQia, 

new gci©© 1 ] > 1 aiG©; aKTj asn$— 

2, Tillj upto. [ $—319© ©&TQ 9GQ 
Q$Gfi! GSQ© G9$GQ I $S©. Gsfl9«|q© | ] 
9^1— SWlStj— • Whole ofj all, [ ^ — 

391GQ ai9© q©q ©iq «t ©q©i 1 qai©i£i, 

oogoi 1 ] 

aiQdl (Q©^I9) — G?SQ 6 GQ. 9 6 9^-©l9©l Q©4l9 
JabatS ^etc) ( G9« )— Jabata etc ( See ) 

<ai9$ei— g. 9«i ( ai9© v -f Q€i ) — ai9©^aQ9©— 

Jabatitha As much ( as ) . 

0i©Qiq— «. eg ( ai9Q+^ )— e i qoQiq— 1. All; 
Jabatlya whole, entire. .; \ £jg©«i© 3©|QQ 

— 2, Every kind of, 

QIQ§!©Q— ^. a ( aiQO+ow© )— k 1 oae© aQfli« 

Jabattabat q©q© — 1. So much as; quantum 

tantum. ^ | ( Qipglf© ) g$Q gg Q 

^9© ©I9W q^l^QQ SW— 2. ( Algebra) 
The relation of an unknown number 
with its coefficient. q<$ t £ a ©^ 

319^9©, ©Q { €9$ )— Jabattabat kari 

(See \ 

eilQ^Q© ©ft— W. $. 9«!— ^ I GQ G9?^l9 9©ieQ— " 

Jabattabat kari 1. Anyhow, $ \ %q ©«jcq 

CWtW* ^^ —2. With great difficulty, 

Qt©©<5— ^. a (Ql9©+afi), weaiq,©+a»Q)_ 

jabadanta e« fKT^— Upto the end ; to 

^ ^ the last ( Apte ). 

QiQQa— s. «i ( ai9©+«a; g^GaiqL©+a— q )— <. 1 

Jabadartha G3©© GQQI GQ©«— 1. As much as 
is necessary. J \ g^ ^lefesj — 2; In all 

senses ( Apte ). 

QI9©$— «• » ( W«H-c*$i g^iq ©+Q«p)_ 

Jabadittba cao© GQOI €Q©«— As much as 

is necessary- 

«i©«f 9—«r. a ( ai9©+fiJ0§©; m&\% ©+^~qi ) 

Jabadipsita -GaQ© Q®\ GW©— Ab much as 

(ai99g-«9^a) i s desired ( Apte ). 


■QWXa®' 


( *"*9 ) 


aw 


fliQ$$— «r. '* (aiQo+^53 w^iq ©+Q— ^)— 

Jabadukta GQQe q9!9IQ ag * G*Q©— As 

(aiQQlte— «01^a) much as said ( Apte ). 

JSbaddeaa Everywhere! throughout. 

<ai$s>— s. 94 ( a$»+aq,$iGei r , a ) — «. I qqq ( wa 

Jabana <£ ©1q ) q^lq — 1. Relating to the 

(9I9SI — $1) Jabana { country and nation ). 

-> I SlQ; «G^I«iq— 2 * Greek; Ionian, q 

— ^ I W^^; GQQIff— !• Name of 

an incense, olibanum. J I t q^ai^ If©; 

SiQ *l§ + §9. sP)— §S«a } 8aiQ9l— 
Mixing; mingling ( Apte ). 

QiQQQ— *. 9— Q$ 409 (©. -S- > — The red variety 
Jabanaka of castor seed plant. 

9lQfi> 0^— *• 9-fMQ? t «. a. )— 
Jabana kajka . Liquid amber 

QIQQIQ— <3\ 9. ( SWIQ+SI ) — <• I OOQ ( GQ<3 ) 
Jfibanala 1. Indian millet. 5 I «© 3QIQ €IQ 
6 ©aiQ ©31 — A kind of reed. 

©i, a©sams ^cfe 

QiQQlffi 8©Q— 3. $— ae©IO% gg© ©0— Sugar 
JSbnala sarkara made from Indian millet. 

<ai©«-* 4 m. *1. ( aiw+fij )— aiws Aasr— 

JSbanj Feminine of Jabana. 

(aai— awn gsqi, aiwa Q9i i) 

e. 9— eiqara QSllS— Henbane, Hyocy- 

amus Niger. 

Ql©$— TO» a. (3. ©IP©)— V I 91QS^(6Q«l) 
Jabanta 1. Jabat ( See ) 

qrsRT, qwr j | €9€©QIQ arfi^^-2. Till. q<sp — 
Tfo* W QI£J — AU 5 whole of # (q— ©ai« qQ <© 
Q6Q, alQ$ G©©9I ©8 QQ OI'9 I W&i. 

*§>I©Q©# 9 til© I) 

■oiofiQ— ». 9 (asaQ+giea. a)— smsiq; eaiq- 


Jabasuka 


Nitre.; salt petre. 


•3IQS— e, 9. ( a^g=Qiq + gi©g <; )iGef. si )— 1 1 <aig 

Jftbasa «QI — 1. A heap of grass (Apte). 
5 I GQlGSIWe «IQi ^91 VI— 2, Fodder 
(Apte). so | q^| e ^|Cj q q9| «|Q«M|sigl — 
3. Provisions (Apte). 


JSba(bh5) <j}1aq$Q 4Q©9— JSbhSj an island of 
^ot girar the East Indian archipelago. 

[q— a$ m «k}09S9 ( j ag s$, 5?e 

OQ9)) QQ|$ <0Q. Q\9 t ^i q^i^i 6 G9I§$ 

glQQ 9sei€Q ssp-9^%^© e^ip wg© I 

«Q91% Ql^gG^ I 9^ c 9l«> <9J WOfllffC? 

aqqo I <9( ^iScji ^^° 6 a«ii €i tcq ei^g© i 

QGSQCJI <9IQ aalQ ©«Q I < gl9GQ «GOO 
Qtot© QgQlq «©QQ ^QI^Gag CQQUSII^ |] 

Jaba(bha) tapasagara qyg Q9q|«Q — The Sea 

n&t fctom mmft m^ of javs. 

[awi(q)Qi€Kj— ao^qq] 
ai«9— *. ©— mr (@. a)— 

jabika Indian corn^ maize. 

0I©(G©)9I (Q©il^)— G9 6 9169. ( G«lfl ) 9- ©1^© 
J5bi(be)ta (etc) Q©<ilQ (G33)~ JSbitS etc. 

(See) 

dl^a — 9. «— *. laQQ^Ij QQSSJI (GQa)— 1. Bhadra 

Jabi tikta ( See ) > \ oSq (g. a) ( G^?« ) 

2. Sankhiul ( See ) 

fli GQ(GQ8)— eo. a ( a© o^ido )— ^Q ; <jQG9i 

J5 be(bek) <§^G9I — ^Fie | Be off I Be gone 1 

flaiG.s ai, iaiGQ ait — a©<iq,9) ^we 5n%, sA ^w 

Jabbu Disease) illness. 

ai©s— *. 9. daift— SfliQ^i+orf. a)— ^ia^1^~ 

Jabya 1. To be mixed together. 

-^ I eaiOfliq— 2. Fit to be joined to. 

jabha OfjQ; {£?€)« — Cohabitioni copulation j 

coition, 

sua— e, s> ( ai ai^— 091+94* fl i aw ^ g€i g&J GQQ 

Jama g^. ^ a^a|^==Q3Q QdQI + 0(|. a, 

01^1 ©IO%«>^9© 9GQ )— «. I SG^IQI^q 
<©a^|fl|«a; 99Q; •* €Wil Gift— "I* A 
period of 3 hours; a watch of 3 hours. 
J \ (as. ai$+«p. si) 3395 ©£©©£p— 
2. Self control. • I £Q§— 3. Cessation- 
v | (ai.ai$+C$. fl) gflq«4. Time. * | 
(as. aiSL+Qtf, a) aflqQ stab 9^9— 


01919 


< 9r%r } 


Olff 


5. Limit of timej term. 01(01. h\Q+ 
»$. 9 ) €0©^ SG€IS— 6. A group of 12 
Deities. [ Q — «fllGG NilGQ ^ Nit ' 
«SIG9 11^909^ «flOSQ a@G- ®QqGQ 
QMIQ* a<S5Q 9^g9«a 9Q?(GC*— 9. a. |] 
9 I (91. ai$+qQ. 9) GQ— 7. Motion, r 1 
C1SQ— 8. Going; proceeding (Apte). <j | 
(+QQ3I. a) aiQ— 9. Conveyance; carri- 
age (Apte). Qd— (05»+a) 0a 95«Sq — 
Relating to Jama. G9. 9 — (s. Slfll) — 
9I9I<3 — Wght side, [g^— QiGfl q^l 0IG9 
$991, aGfcwi fl^f eai£9 GQ§ eaiaei— 

gioL Qswsq 1] 

Jamaka The 7th lunar mansion. 

<aifl$«— e 4 9. $1 (awi+9+Q9 v +s1. §)— * 1 %wa 

Jatnakini (9. €1) — 1. Daughte-rin-law. w | qq« 

(9. a)— 3. Sister. 
fllfllP)^l(ft)-€9.^W46«l 9<aQ 9fitf G1QGQ «9gQ 
JSma(mu)kunda~(nda) QIGQSQ ©SIQ G0l?< QlolQ 
P^QIQ — A Zemindari of this name 
situate along the southern bank of the 
Subarnnarekha in the district of 
Balasore. [q>— <$q SIOlQ ©9919 <?«<?Q 

Q0!3 q#| l] 

Jama ghosha G0$ 9IC9 39 99QGQ €19 9QS})— 
v I %9<)£— *1- Cock, -> 1 $319 — 

2, Jackal, m \ siftfll|39 Q4I 91 9S«QGa<a — 

3, A kind of drum or gong formerly 
struck to indicate the time. [Q— <9| 

*iGd s^oq. g9Q ssqawgiQ S9isj9 
GWQflWiQtfi^ «fl^ ao© 9$0i$gq 1 ] 

* I Q4I; <a§)— 4. Clock. * 1 sg| OQil — 

5. A gong. 

0IQGQ1QI— *. §— *l «f9l Sfy 91991 Ml — 1. Clock* 

Jamaghosha striking clock. ^ j 0$) Q®\ — 

ai39l»1 ) 2 f A gong. * 1 QS9 9G«9— 

■Bftiqa 3. A kind of drum. [ Q — 

aw S9q%. §9Q wawi^ifiL 

tf g^Q J 9!Q 9$!Q9) 9IQ 99OTI69 9 *I9% 
G©l«i9l ©<33 9QI6J?|S£i I J 

Jamanemi Jndra. 


sin ®aS 


ifloei— 3.9. 3) (Qi«ia»9S€i+as«a < eQ9©+%l.«i) — 

Jamabati saifl<S1j aaifllj Q$ — The night. 

0100-3.9. (a»+^ieo- a) — t.i ©aoi— 1. A p*«* 

JSmala couple; a brace, 9 | 0fl9 q^|ft 9£J — 

(aiTOI— ftj) 2. Twins. « I ©^€H^9Ga i a — 

3. Name of a group of Hindu Tantras 

(or mystic lore). [ <5>— q% 3 GOTOSlehlQ, 

qciatf 6 wii 49 awa (3941419 9901%- 
9Gas 1 <9l 399a— «Q0lfls>, 5§0l9fi-, $% - 

(t. a)-— 

6 SDQ©^0lflffiGQ «.^99IQ GfW ag I ] 
QlflOl — €Q. ^ — ^ I alflQ (W«)— 1. JSmala (See), 
jamais J 1 sagoi© 1 ^ (ot« )— 2. Jamalarjuna 
(See). 6Q. 96I— .? | G©!? 69IQ ©^Ql— 

1, Born as twins. J I G©lf)©2ii^ 

2. In a pair; a pair of. [ Q— 0I9Q! 
0lfl»l ajp «Msf OQq—aQflOH ^Ci^IsS I ) 

aiflOl 00 r O— 91- Q—05»I©O (GQ<2l)— Jamalarjuna 
jamala arjuna (See) ( Q— 69 ©G>l ^OCT 

^PHte^ qtff«IW<^5T djRO, 019^1 a©|© QHQ- 

^9Q. G399«iq® I ) 

0lfl«l9»— «. 9— aSfOlft 9 (G9«) 

Jamalarjuna Jamalarjuna (See). 

01QI91— S. ft. V— 9ISII9I ^ (G9«)— J&mata 1 (See). 
jamata [ Q — 9IAIOI 6 QlfllQI QQ^ ^QlQ^l ^9 

QQIGQ q» I ] 
0iqiq9— ». 9. 6 ^tf ( 09 + a^ft )— 09Q> G€»l«£» 
jamayana ( Q*i^ ) ( 9. a. )- (a person) 

Bern in the family of Jama 

m\4— *. 9 \ ( f^J 9©, aw+a<f )— a^* g9Q 9i 
Jamarddha G<?9 Q^il gfl^-— A period of 

cne and half hours. 

ai3— a. 9. %} (0iai^=a^i+Q^. 9> e<V G^ai^ 

Jami z^g^QQ^I + 9$. % W» 951 ^IQ_= Wt 

9QQi+9^. Q5 Q^» Q^ai^+^i a+Q) + 
v I QQffl; QBWl— 1- Sister, > I aa> 


SIW 


( £PU ) 


aislo- 


$991; 9£hl^-2. Daughter, m | qoaj; qp- 
qjy — 3. A. young housewife. tf | Qy; 
gQ|0— 4 A daughter-in-law. *| <?QW- 
5. A newly married daughter-in-law. 

9 \ atoqa\ ^ — 6 ' A virtuous lad ^' a 
noble woman. 9 I a#?9 <9 agfe QQ^fQ 
$$91 6 QlWSPTQ fll©l («ff 49«)— 7-Name 
of a wife of God Dharma. r | (salfl+Q) 
qf ; Wl> 019^—8 The night, « | f ga + 
Q; Qflff St8© 9« ) — QSfl QCI— 
9. The south. t.o | G'<>$9 91981-10 Beg- 
ging as prescribed in the Bedas. 
gi€9 (*W99) 5— [£) fl9-(I> Will go. 
0|SO— *. g. ( Jaifl + QQ )—K I 919 91 39Q qswlq— 
Jamika 1. Relating to or connected with, 
the Jamas or watches of the day and 
night. 9 \ g9Q9 '9IQ eqg— 2. Engaged 
for one prahara or three hours. $. $. 
q°_ ^ | OTqi; a^gQIQ— 1- A watchman 
on duty. ;l QQ 9^28©— 2, One on night- 
duty or guard; sentry, (Apte). 

AHA 9 ty%— *■ 9.~S9% Gq>9IQ— 
Jamika bha^a A watchman, 

[q— 93* 9i9ai§ ai999&, «§ aq §ga 

©I 6391 « I 99%&. 9991 I ] 

fllfl*«— «.Q— (fl|fl + 9 + «)— 1 «H8«; 39— 
Jamika 1. The night. 5 I 999—2. Turmeric 

(Apte)- 
01 qq— 3. Q (fql 99} — t I OG^ — 1. The moon 
JamikSpati (Apte), > I ©qq— 2* Camphor 

(Apte). 

cuff 9 (QSniQ)— 3. 9 ( aig-il+Gf. «SL*M 
jamitra (etc) ©QQI^-ei )— 9lto Q«il9 (G9«) 

Jamitra etc (See) 

<aig«GQa §9939— «. © ( TO9 69119$ )— sifte- 

Jamitrabedha pratiprasaba G9a <3?GR 6 Oft, 

(9|9^69a TOIWIG— TOn%g) $9$l3G3 «HI 

eg aewi 9$ 993 91 9S999 39GQ 

^G£l 9QJ 3$C)9 91 49999^9 9% G9Q 

QQ.9 saiffglG^y G9IS 9919 99 O^WQ 1«9 

G99I 2I9QI — (astrology) An auspicious 

conjunction of the planet moon which 

nullifies the evil effects of a *Jamitra- 

bedha\ 


aiff 


saiff$q.9GQU— g°. «? (a©© gqiiq^-oq, aia 999 

Jamitrajotabedha «>fl glQGQ Q§ 315^698 

df 91 032119 OQ £119999$ G99l) Wfll — 
(astrology ) A most inauspicious 
position of the planet moon, [ <qt— <]3Q 
<3§G9 qfi9$ 9Q9ia C i I « 653ICG9 9WI 9S9, 
93Q, ^919^ 91 ^9 QGQa 9G9 ^91®, 
GslQ 9tf 96$ GQQ, 9919 9GQ G^i, 
Q9QSJ9 969 AQ«3 6 OT90 9G$ €J9«q9 

$« |] 

a^ff^ 98— *°- M (69M9«) — QS99GQ QgOI%93 

jamitra samstha glOG9 ^© (99)— (astrology) 

(a planet) Situated on the 7th position 

from 'Lagna'. 

qi£q— a*, g. 41 (gifl+«8««feQ. 09+<*fi|)— 

JaminI ^ I qi?; Ml — 1. The night. 

5 I 9Q9U 9»Q — 2 - Turmeric. 

ciiffa 91^— g°.^ (^1 99j aia«i+9i9)— «. i ©siwia. 

Jamini kanta 9^ — 1. The moon. ^ I 98 q — 
Qlfffll 9ieii 2. Camphor (Apte) 

«ifl*cng© v — eio^a] gq. 9. V— GQ99 oi^— 

sai^fflQftQ* A*name given to males. 

9lff«19Q— V. 9€. V (aiff«+99. a '9+ 9(|- a)— 

Jaminichara q^GCJ Q9Q^9l*31; ^^QQ] 9€IIOQ— 

Roaming in the night, c*. 9-^|^a|OQ ; 

qaq— 1. Demon. ) I G9C^ — 2. Owl. « I 

qja^ofe.a)— 3, Bdellium. 

dlffcaGdlGCt — C9. **9«l— «. I 9€IIGaiG«; 9?69> 

Jamini ]0ge q^QI«6Q— i. J n the night. 9 I ^Q 

Tff^rk^t G91QS9IQ 39*1 9IQ9I%— 2. Under 

^rfMt ^ cover of night; taking advantage 

of night time; in the course of the 

night. ( sal — G9 aiSoeaiC«i a*?«is 

saisp 9Gf^ I) 

«a»ql— 9°. 9. ai(«+a+*1. £*)-*. I aiff (G9«)— 

Jam! 1, jami (See). > \ gq q^«lq P9i 9M 
«?€! — 2, The south quarter. * I £13 
qqplq QIOQI; 9Q9 sa^|— 3. Hellish 
torture, v [ ^g| 91 qq©1 ggp— 4. The 
second asterism (consisting of 3 st a rs)> 
Musca. + I qol) — 5 - A housewife, 

CliQl9— q°.9 (9l9l-q^+q. ai^-Q9^+^— ©«,— 
jamira T ^ e moon, 

Wo* 


ei«flg 


( *V- ) 


skjiqq 


ai-tilq — a*. 9(aisita+a) — q$ — 

jamira The night. 

flige— q s . m (CKiQi+siweef. a)— asm wl^— 

Jarcuna Relating to the Jamna river. 9 — 


(SHU*-* 


; 6fllGS>H5G— 1- Antimony! 


sulphate of antimony / \ n§§ Q«» — 
% Collyrium for the eye. • \ elQQ; 
QlQI-3- Lead, w ) Qfl QiqQ9IQl 9i§— 

4. A perBon residing on the bank of the 
Jamuna river, G9 9-(9lfl) flfllTOIvW 

Name of a learned Baishnaba reformer. 

[ q>« c g^ qqq C9I9§ © ^€Q I « 9W9 

ctolS 8tel, eiq?§?Q eg!4T, «Qfl giflltfl §<S>- 

. . $q, QQ9Qq1q| a°Sj? to sroo© ©Q^GR— 

€WqOGQ— <?. 9— * I 89$ 9GSS — 1. Name of a 

JSmuna giri mountain. (q_G90I% Qlfl 9 §Q© 

9i9IQGfy aid G5> 69IQ QGSIg©^ WIQGR 1 

<j«3°«. 49IQQ9. Wl)5 1 OOOQ Qi 

aqOI ©SIQ €^§— 9&> (jngG<y_2. The 

name of the mountain from which the 

river Jam una issues, 

fll!WV>—«r\> (aiflO-reqo)— dtai; dk»— 

Jamunes^taka Lead, 

"jameya Qg|$|. QQ GS£[ - Sister's son. 

<aiqa§— SI6Q. (O^qs) 9~«9gQIQ Q5— 

Jamuchhatu A kind of mushroom, 

<3ifl*i— s. 9. ( sw-|-s<WGeL a )— * i wqffn$*> 99* 

Jamya Q£<g 9« - 1. The south > \-q$ qq — 
2. The messengers of the God of death. 
m I «fls^ <J@ — «. Saga Agastya. u | (SI 
ai9 + Q<§» q*,) siGQQ — 4. Attendant. * I 
( sjq=aj«f aaGMcei. a ) ©ocgj q$ — 

5. Son, £> i ©qq (§•€)) — 6. Sandal wood. 
9 I §9 — 7. Siba. r| ©§ — 8. Bishnu. 
« I 901 QSS— 9. The 2nd asterism. 9- 
M — V I QStfiQQ^ tt\Qlq — 1. Southern. 5! 
Gfl qq$]q — 2. Relating to Jama. * | aa 
§fifci— 3, Resembling Jama, 

cifii o a— *. 9— w« fa (§. a) — 

Jamya druma The silk-cotton tree. 


QlflH ti 9—3° §» — Q££1 GG§. q>GGQ 8^91 fcJ 9 G>iq — 
Jamya dhruba The pole star on the south pole. 

693 01% 9I§ 69IR 9Stfl a ^9 9QQ Q3Q% 
$91 *«^fl§»Q 9SS199 QSft ©;q%.9fi«l 

010*1 f§(— «T. 9— t I %<6fl$$ QStf Gd%— !• The 

jamya brutta south pole, > \ %G«^ $$ — 

2. The south polar circle. 

fllCW— «\ Q. ( sai9s + ai )— V t Q«k QQ-1. The 

Jamya south. ^ i ^Qgf| sg$— 2. The 2nd 

asterism. • | a(s9|. qj— 3. The night. 

oiQiiqQ-Q . «». ( dlfti+aqg )-oa ««£[©; ^qWq 
Jamyayana 989 CQfiliQ Qfl«%a© — The sun's 
course south of the equator; the win- 
ter solstice* 
Qie&llQQ— 9°. §61. ( 9$91§3 SlSi+6^® )— Qtf«% 
Jamyottara QQQ^giQq^i— Going from south 

to north (Apte). 

Jamyottara brutta f q ^@«Q SlgGOlQQ J3IQ 
^QIGflil^Q GSi«i! — StQ^a ) Q^j Gfl%%|9* QQSIgj 

^IQSII— '1 he meridian line, [9 — Ql3?l 

«GQ tlOJ GQ« ij 

Jaja]u(]u) ai%+©<g. «l)— Cj^lCtte; GQ %Q8 gpt 
SIQ TCQ — The frequent performer of 

sacrifices. 

fliaoo— q*. 9tfi. q;. (sa© ai^ ? sa^ fij?9,. «rfi© eafoi 

jajajuka %Q^i aie© ai^+€llQIG^. Q9 )— 

£[91 gas QIQelQ— Habituated to offering 

sacrifices often, 
fill fllfalS)— G9. «—^QG9l— 

Ja jSQSJj) 5TT 5TT ^ ^1^6 Be off. 

fliei^Q— Q°. 9^1. q° [sat ai^G0l^« qcjiiea (a^^^a^) 

Jajabara §^+Q|. 9«)— 1 I 391 Ofl^OW— 

(Sfi3l9Q— $1) 1, Itinerant; vagrant j nomadic. 

3 I 9I^Q 6 ©gsiQiqi— 2. Wandering and 

homeless. 9 — t I s<lGfla QIC? ©2^1 

GQIS9— 1. A horse let loose before being 

offered at a sacrifice. 9 | ©a©9l^ 3 9; 

Q\Q$Q Q\%$$r o3ol 39giGQ<3!ie a© 6 SB§9 

5 ae* 0©^— 2. Name o£ a sage, m \ ©^© 

5?te!Qiqj 9[Q2!^€i9i ©199 — 3. A class of 


filql 


\ 


$r*\ ) 


9191% £9 


itinerant ascetics who have no hermit- 
age; a vagrant mendicant, v | 3^i|Ql — 
4. A mendicant. * t acf^ 1 ^ §l§«l- 
SGaS; QIcTq q|q«i — 5. A BrShmana 
who performs 'Agnih otra' sacrifice. 
[ ©— <i9jg- ^96q q^ji gi9a©*t acT q.s© 

G9IQ3I0 I] ? I QQ^tOQi Gfl^Q— 6- A 
wanderer; a traveller, p | g@a|?£?Cltfl 
Ql GGhtf §G£I<3— 7. Name of a family or 
sept of sages, r I gjQgi (Q. a)— 8- Beg- 
ging, «• i (+qp. s>Q) ©£j© QM9iq aw? 
$fl9»— 9. The life of a vagrant mendi- 
cant (Apte). 

<aiQl— -9°. M. 9!. (a/ ai%+9$ qq; ai^^fli. v© ; 4 
jftyl w g ! sp eai €IQ 0Gft sq§ $<J, 0fll — 

(ai^pl— <l) SOT£|1)— V I ciTOffiq— -1- Going. 
> I ciQdle — 2. Moving. • | sg|© ©© 000 
©%$QI —3. Driving in? riding or goitie 
in (Apte). « i a^Q fll^Q^aol WJI) - 
4. (way) Leading to (Apte). 

0iQ-GQ OT. (Q°. Q© WQ 5^fl *©) — 0I9IG — 
jara ^ sftafiT Whose. 

Jashtika 1. A person armed with a club. 

(Ql%ta— $1) 9 I0§atqj G3!$l— 2. A warrior arm- 
ed with a club, q«\ §31. %_* — aqiarca-* 
Armed with a club 

<ai^ fld(@)— go- 9. (^°. 0^ aa) — g^ aa — 

Jashti madhu(bu) Liquorice, 

01Q— a°. 9. ( oa N ai%— go%i 9391+ecd. «i ) - 

jasa ^ I Qg©g ^QQQ -1. The red variety^of 
Hedysarum Alhagi (plant). 9\ (+Q9.a) 
G©% Q9ia— 2. Endeavour; effort (Apte). 

C||«||— QV 9 — M afQ©; Q8 ©G©Q; GQQ SIQ©! — 
Jasa 1. The myna bird. y I G©!QQ; GQI93 
(9» a) — 2. The Indian cuckoo. 

aiSr**. 9.— ©%gfl6*OI «j€ — 1. Name ot a sage 
Jaska who was the author of the vedic voca- 
bulary, a. Qg|. — 0$ €)§£ GQI^GQ QJJ9- 
Born of the family of sage Jaska, 

awi(4«-«r. 9. q!— (fl*+«0©iiGa\ aq©) — a* q@e 

jaskayana GQ|€$l£]<i) ^3 — A person bom of 
-$)) the family of Jaska. 


aw©— *• 9«i. g_°— (si ai^H-Qwio a© wi. w)— 

Jasyan ©a 99; 0I9IQ 091% a© -Having to go; 

(aiatGI, Sia^l — %1) w ho will goj which will 

be moving. 

01 $($9)€J — G®. «- — OWl 9R <GQ«) 

J& ha(he)u qtttf* *tt jaha hau (See) 

qw— go. «.—*(*. 0^ a©, $l9«kGr. v©.)— t 1 

Jaha GOG? Q<3£| ©I 9g— *• Which (thing or 

*tf * matter). > I 019IO5 ©36? ©i^Q— 2. 

Whose. * I G9Q ^^Q ^1 ^gQ— 3 - of 

whick [O f — QI9I* SQQ 9§Q0Q ea€)"fliO I 

*ffll9f Wl. ^Q^GQ C09O og^QIQ^qL 
^i<3; «§ acii 9<55«iiwq (aai— 0191% 

sai^lQ, 0I9IOI% 9 0I9IOI6Q) ^^q. «a 

- 9^i<i*l] «-(9l«iQ aQ^iia c Q)Ga — 

(Conjunction) That. 
0I»IQ.— C9. *.— 0« KQfl) 

Jahiftie Jahi (See) 

jahan Wherei in which place, 

C*Wto 5H|f [«J— 690 3QGG>© 0191 flTO «6Q I 

01^1 (QQslQ —©191 Q©W (GQfl) 

jahan (etc) Jahap etc (See) 

0'9I ©Q—G'G>GQ.€I.— (€TI- 6 S»Ql — 09IOQ) — ^1 G0G© 
Jahan tak aa^ — 1. As much as. * 1 63G©OtO 
(arfi oa^.— «©i%g) arfi^— 2» Till, 

0IS»1«LQSF ,9I9I%:©I%)-G9. 9lwq-(9«OQ«fii») — ^ 
jahaku ichchha tahaku(taku) aiQe 1 ©1 (GQfll) 
ft^ |5^t ^^ 1. Jaichchha ta (Ses) 

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fasten (Apte). v | q^q qqqi — 4. To 
detach, to separate (Apte), 
q— 91. TO (e. QO)— GQQ— Which, g. «r. (*. qp)- 
TQ qsilOGQ QI9 QQIQQI QIQ* QQQfi^ ©I9QI— 
(£LQ— 'EIQI^Q) An exclamation used by cart- 
er men and ploughmen exhorting the bul- 
sft locks to put their shoulders to the yoke. 
G?GQ. Q — «^(SQfl)'— Ja(See) 


•91. TO—*. I 69Q n$ 9 G3Q QCI; 60$ 9S — 
JoSrjjia 1. Which side, which direction. 
(§319. £169$$ «js?) [$— §_q?i€9 s§, <£ 99 1 

aftw . GSSjT . 8)«q— <2. Which locality or 
country. * I GO^T SQQ— 3, Of which 
' sid .e. L^— «Sl% 33160—439$, 43G9 


*rflGQ— qao, q^9% $$GQ — q39, 
J399Q 5>si1eQ — qa69, qjsgiSQ §<n] 
qai©-9iGQ. tewi«) e— sacra G<aiq — 

T'^rdi A plough-sbare. 

qao?i(®)Qi— gL a— naasjT qsiq, g^^ agsj— 
Juar^i(rda)ka 1. Of which aid e . > \ GQQ €^Qv 
(q5D©0IQ — vwqsi) $Q${ mQ§-2. Of which 
CTfifRf ?ft^^T side. 

qai§i© 91. a— G9Q*«D®q5 G9^* oaq[— 

Juaxgiki To which side or direction. 

qsiQ (qow)— q 6 ^-w v oMQ (eofli) 

Juau (etc) Juan etc. ( See ) 

qSDS) (GJQtlQ)— 69. 9 - 9tBIQ QQ«UQ ( GQSI ) 
JuSli (etc) Jusji etc. ( See ) 

q.Q (qs^iq)— gq. 9. ( e. go], s^qj )— qq q«h$» 

J ai ( 9tc ) (GQ«)— Jai etc, ( See ) 

q§— : 91. 9— G9Q* — Which. 

Ju-uii C3, *rt art 
q80 # — 91, W—GQ^OIGQ — Where. 

juuthiS (4R6OQ— ao^a) cwtor si^f 

q«6(6*)«(^)— gi. a— caQai^q-- 

Ta-uthi(thin)ki(ku) To which place. 

(qsjoiq— ao^g) t^tor 5^f 

q^O~9l. ?J— « I Gfl^OI^; GfilEf glQ%r- 1. Whence; 
JuuthuS from which place. ^ | ea ^ Q^goiq^ 
C^WPOTW 91 ©Osqr-2. From which person. * | 
ai?f% 6Q^ % 9IQ^-3. From which cause. 

Tun « A Which. 

q9(Q0iW)-«T.— \ igSoQQPI— 1. To mix up. 
Juk (root) $ 1 qeiQ ^Q9i— 2, To separate. • 1 
$Q\ ©QQI — 3. To blame, v | ©jg>ft v 
Q^QI— 4. To censure. * | q®q ^q^^ — 

5. To bind. 
qw-s. M( qs? ai$=WI QQ9I+Q^. $g )— 
Tuk * I flQ— 1. Bad. -> I ©©©—3. Blame- 
worthy. *> l Q g©— 2, Hateful, v ( gq^. 
Q©— 4. ContemplatiTe; engaged in 
meditation, ^-(q^. aj^=6i3lCI Q€M+ 
9*^9)—^ ,1 tela* q.«— 2.Apair|a 
couple. > 1 C^^QflMQM^; <Q «IQ^% ; 


qe© 


( jT)9 ) 




gm 


$g etq OQO! — 2. A unit of measure 
(u e. 300 poles). * | q® (eoflj) — 3. Jug 

(See) 

Juka(ku)ta *p^ j^jcT Jukta (See) 

q«r(%)© (qwo)- 91. Q-q_§ tewio) (eo«) 

Jaka(ku)ti (etc) Jukti (etc) (See) 

qOG9— 91. (09s) a— TO©t; a^96Q— In reality; 
Jukate as a matter of fact. [$ — a^ 69 ^ 

ffw gqkkigq, suae* <**] ca qps© i ©wo. 

3^^ j3TO© I ] 

q$— 9. 9« (qsj. ai$=Q$aia oqqi+o* ©)— 

Jukta v | as©. 3G*£ 5 efi?) Q{ GWQ5M— 
( ^q^— §>9'3i© ) 1. Joined; combined; united; 
attached. J | oe $3 'flSa €910 ©$991 913 
qotQQI— 2. Added with. * I WSt; 
Q*tl£[lff€IS — 3. Reasonable , just, ■* | 
39)<a1$Q — 4 Proved by evidence. * | 
Gaifli— 5* Fit, right; proper. £ i (q$|Q 
9iq) ^[Q; eai€lS> -6. Possessed of or 
endowed with good qualities.?) Q<j|q© — 
7» Engaged5 employed in a business, r | 
aSJflQ; ,$HW— 8. Moceratej common^ 
ordinary; limited. q I tei99%-*9. Remain- 
ing, *• I «S§--10. Attached to ; bent 
on, addicted to ; intent on (a pursuit): 
absorbed in,- devoted to. «^ I gaistl^O 

(<«$); caw1*» ©6®03 (©i§h aaiaw©— 

11. (a person) Engaged or absorbed in 
Joga. [ Q,— G3Q Q«9 flQQfl© ©9IQI, 

qg QWIQi I WW«I©1. 9<% W SJ I ] (qjj 

w«q <?6q 1 aai— wpqg, Qgqg, w 

q§*Ge«Mlg> WW®) *> I a^®~ 

12. Possessed of, <,» | q g ©— 13. Mixed 

with. (aat~«qg ©90) t* I qv©GQ 
G9l€L GlQ^I— !*• Yoked^ harnessed 
(Apte) t* I ©*©a©~ 15 ' Arra »g ed 5 
fitted out. k$ l qflQ$H19IQGQ «0— 
16. Accompanied, l$ | $$ai®3> — 17. En- 
gaged- employedj appointed^ $r \ 


OTltf©~18. Proved; inferred, £q I Q#0 — 
19. Active. J* I Qaqg— 20 Fitj proper* 
suitable, j v | c^aQ- — 21. Skilful. *j I 
(WOQd) G$QQ («Q)— 22. (grammar) 
Primitive3 not derived from another 
word, j** 1 Ago— 23. Connected with, 3 

9 q?— <. I GQQ* GSIlcil Q3Q© 3'fllO.QIQ QQ 
SWISS) — 1- A saint who has become 
one with the Supreme Being- ^ | qcr 
Q\%; q^fiQ— 2. Yoke (Apte). m I qjSQSQ 
eaiq. G9IQ9©I W?S!~~ 3. Team (Apte). 
"o I QMspGOiaNf© ^ff — 4. Money 
lawfully obtained. * | qQ 9I©Q OQ 919 
($. a) — 6. A measure of 4 cubits (Apte). 
9. $ . §S~^i Oiiq©8— 1. Justly (Apte). 
5 I Q0©%Ca— 2- Properly (Apte). 9 — 

£lfi§i «^9CQW ^ a ^ — A person who 
has succeeded in controlling his soul 

and passions. 

q£9Q-s. 9 (Q*i } qg+oa)— cai9 «iq 5 910- 

Jukta kara €31991— Folded handsj , hands 

folded together (as in supplication) 9^. 

(qsisq-*!) 5! (9^8) -^®l«» — w ith folded 
-* hands. 

Juktakarma QQi*% Q§GQ ©qg -Entrusted 
with or employed in some work, 

jukta chihna 9^aa9 ©Q;+©Q—( mathe- 
matics) The * siga of addition (vizH-)^ 

the plus sign, 

q^Qft-*. w. qr 9^9)— G9 OT^©t 9g q< ■- 

Jukta danda Punishing rightly (Apte) 

( qgogi -« ) 

'jukta nidrababodha a96^>ia) — 63 «*}3© «9^SQ 
(qg sajQNia—a^ 9 ) Wj» %Q 6 ©^1 o^ici 

aQWlW*! t i QSQ-One who is given 

qa ^al^GQial J t0 slefi P m g aad nsiQ g ^ 

* regular hours. 

Jukta prSnta qQ<3i^j <ge9a ^G€»«^^ ne United 
(qg 9699— ta01%a) Provinces of Oudh and 
|V «CTH' 3W afer Agra (in India). 


K*>°9 


qg©S 


( 9r>r > 


qq 


q$ s$ - *. Q— qgisQ ( 69« ) 

r Jukta barnna Juktakshara ( See) 

q$ G©fll— ?. 9. (0*|) — V I 99C9dl 5 ©*| GQ(8l— 
Jukta beni 1, PJait tied into a knot; plait" 

ed hair. > I <$Q 91 ©G©l*3© 9<3IQ g9f9© 
QGfP© — 2.The confluence of two or more 
streams. [Q — W9l9IQ(S£jl€l)OIGQ QQtb 
SKJ©I 6 SQTO ©Ql*q 9©© 69IQQ01% <9I© 
©IS 3gG9e?1 I] 

qftflw— e. w. ( <??519; qs+fl»9; e«u v© ) — 

Juktamanati gGOIGaiGi]— attentive (Apte). 

q$ QQi— e. 9 — qgoij gel ( ®<aaGQ 9s9$© q«a)— 

Jukta rasa A plant^ Mimosa Octandra. 
(qsji— a©i%e) 

<39 Q91-3.9 (W©©)— vlSDGSWIQg?©© q©TOI©— 

Jukta rajya l.jThe United States of America. 

•$& ?rtw J I Q C ©§, %$©$ 4 H£jQS$«J — 

JW *RtI 2. The United Kingdom of 

England;, Scotland and Ireland. 

«l» $a— s. 9. ( 9§3"1§; qg+%9 )— ^ i «rae©~- 

Jukta rupa 1* Fitj proper; suitable (Apte). 

J I G0IQ«! -2. Worthy (*pte). 
q$ 6@©»— G9. $ — * I 9391—1. To be mixed; to 
Jukta heba be added, j \ ^fo G©91— 2. To 
iy Wit be adorned. [Q— ^g q<a ^q 93IG© 
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q^iQQ -e. ©. (Qii©Q$)— eqg ©& <$>q 91 ©G©isa© 

Juktakshara ©m&© 9§Q fl©©G© Q^Q 9$ — 
A compound letter; dipthong or trip- 
thong. [Q— 9\©©ft)IQIGQ 'fl' €€!!?<] 

«9ISQ! 9t&© 9§CQ 'ff»l* 93ICIG© 9191 
qglSQ $4 \ 9ai— Q + SJ — ©s; ©-r-©=»tf; 
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q$i9i©— 3. W. q! ( ©§©19, qg + asiQ)- 

Juktahara el 2J9I9GQ *IQ§— 1. Addicted to 

Cqgl9iq — «J] food. 5 I Q€$©I9I©— 2. Frugal; 

temperate. ©. ( ©&*!©£[ ) — QQ3© «9IQ— 

Moderate eating; frugal fare; temperance 

q$l@IQ©9l©— *. W. 3? ( ©$©l9; qg+ei9IQ+ 

Juktaharabihara 99IQ )— GI9IQ' 289IQ 6 991© 

(qSl9»Q99l5| — q)) SQ$T©— Of temperate 

habits. 


q§— *. $'. (qj» aiq^ao© G9Qi 5 ©aici©Q©i; 91^9 1 

Jukti +$)©. ©)- t I QIQIQQIQ5 m^ ©Q — 

1. Reasoning; logic, argument. [ Q — 

<Q 91 4©W©,B©5© ©«q© fll?l&hGQ G©7«lS 

«©©$© $S£[Q @© ©£g©, €55 «i©q qg 

G9IQSIO I q_§ ©^©^1^>Q GQIfO QIQQ8© 
W I Q°SQ©6Q <39l^ ©Q£TSQ© v (Inference) 
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99^© 6 aGQ9 99£j ©iS^igq aeqflic© acta 
69© I qg (< ^Q 9©1Q, (©) ^Gg^q.^ (In- 
duction) <9" («) «Q6Qa q§( = D e^«etion). 
QI^IQM ©d©CQ <9 ^© g^IISl QQ9Q 
Ol^qWl ^©Q^C© £>QG39 (Immediate 
inference) 6 91689 q^ ( Mediate 
inference), <Ig Q9IQ gG^Q Q|^l©i ©fl©GQ 
^9© G9iC2ll<l I tf vf|Sj' 6 'a^qiff 5 §QG£j 

9^© C WUHO ! §Q a 0«©SQ ^QG9S q§Q 

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©QG3S q§ q qg ^Ga 99^1 ©Q^tq q4 © 1 

"Oliq eaif< q^ <9 GQ?©W ©^1^6© stS^ 

4 «©eqv Q©q wis! -^©^ 9i©?© $<i 1 

9Q© C GflftSI© 
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J I ^©©5 3G9ICI — 2. Unionj connection* 
joiningj conjunction. m | ^gGQ!0 , ©'3 
G3IQi*l — 3 Fitness^ propriety. > | q©^ 
geil— 4, Usagej custom. * l GQ©- 
9i99l©— 5. Traditional Jawj unwritten 
law. 9 I 8€>o|©— 6. Inferencej deduction 
9 I ©iQtf* G9^— 7. Reason> cause- 
ground, r I fl1si # qi— 8. Conclusion, ti I 
Q©,ai 5 9g«9— 9- Consultatio»5 advice^ 
counsel. v<> I 9li3lQ 9©^ ©9Qtf© QG^« — 
1(X. Note or written memorandum of 
the evidence given by a witness, 
.«* I QQ9 q ©I© 4 * ^a © S^ 9;©hQ ©I 999 
q©ai©©— U. Filling up of an ellipsis 
in a senteoce. <0 I 9l©*il©*l© 9G9^) 


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Q! QCQ3i qg jQflllSM— 12. A figure 
in rhetoric} emblematical or mystical o r 
covert expression of purpose, £*»! QifrlGr 

ai^QlQQ©! — 13 b Dramatic sequence of 

plots} interdependence of the plots in a 
drama} the regular chain of events in 

a drama. e* | esai©Q|— 14. Yoking} 
harnessing. £* | ©qgj — 15. Appoint- 
ment} engagement} employment. K$ \ 
§9|S|— 16. Means; expedient. <5>i3qq- 
17. Plan} contrivance, ^r | QQQ\- f 
SiOgi©— 18. Arrangement, t^ | Q|a, 
giGIQQ Q§OI 91 QG$$— 19- Specification 

or enumeration of circumstancee (e.g. 
time, place) (Apte j. 5© | tfi^GQ qhq 

q^QlQQI — 20. Alloying of metals (Apte). 
^ I 9009; qU— 21. Charm} spell 
• Apte). >9 I gCSJISl^ 9*»99lQ-22. Appli- 
cation use (Apte). 3« iTOiqQGQ 9191- 

aioq 9^9 $^Q<aQ SSHTOs $stQ— 
23 Adjudication about the truth or 
falsity of the evidence of a witness. 
J* I flOQfllGQ J«l* S*a© €991 8£Q $Q£j 

B£s? WSS'l'? — 24. Argument in a 

*" case. 

■q£GQ-S. W— <■ I Q9COW1— !• Kt 5 saitabk 3 

Jitktikara proper (Apte). > I sqilfo — 

k i. Proved (Apte), 

juktikariba To argue. 

Jukti khata(te)iba gG^ia QQ9I -To employ 
^ *lfcfa reasoning or logic in deciding a 
gi*r *3*OTT ' matter, 

(qg «WI~96€WI %8) 

qg©s— s. «. w. ( qg+Qs )— <* i wtao«6fl— 

Jukti tab 1- Cleverly. ^ I SWpOqfia— 

2. Duly> properly. * \ q§ ^ig — 3. By 

argument^ logically^ 

Jukti tarka 1. Reason and logic; logic and 
argument. * I QIWJW— 2, Argument. 


qjjQiei— €9. w. q?— aqwiQMi WHQlQi — 
Juktidata Counsellor; advisor. 

(q§9l$1— <1) H|#*iW ftw^taMI 

qgj sqqi— 69* «*— eoT«a g^Q flfcMi *aicf q$qg 

Jukti deb-a Q^Q 6991— -To give a reasonable 
fi^K^I solution or argument to a question, 

q$ ©51*— 3. 9tf ( ^ °®v )— 3-9^ ( GQa > 
Jukti bihina JuktisUnya ( See ) 

q§flio— s. m. g_° (qg+fl«)— ^ I oqq— l. 

Juktiman Clever, y \ g^aiq qQ|Q9GQ 99 — 

(q§M— aj) 2. Fertile in finding out expedients; 

(q§ flq— 9) ioveDtive. * | qg QggQ a©C© 

— 3. Logical^ based on arguments, v . 

^q§J— 4 - United} joined (Apte ) 

q^ giQ— ». ^> ( %aQ; qg+sira )-«. i qgqa g^ 

Jukti marga — 1. Logical argument or 

reasoning compared to a road. J\ Gw!<a- 

fllGI — 2. Righteousness; the path of 
righteousness. 

Jukti marganusari t. 1 ga?^ Q- OhI^IQCIO — 

,(q^ fllO^aiWl — 41) 1 - Logical; reasonable; 

just, > ' QHl^lQi^QHl— 2. Righteous; 

pursuing a just or reasonable course. 

q§ qs— ». w ( m *$ ®^J ^9 +^9 > " v ' w?9 ©i 

Jukti ]ukta ffilQij Oiqi»6fl-QO— 1» Reaso- 

q^Q^Q© 7 nable; logical. ? I cofeiq 

q§^© J TO ^ a —2, Skilful} expert (Apte), 
* I QfllS© — "3- Proved, established 
( Apte ), v | qg€9 MSI— 4. Argumen- 
tative ( Apte ). 

q^qps-flr. 9« ( *qi 9© )— q|tt» (. M<a )~ 

Jukti sunyrt " Juktihina ( See ) 

(q.9 qs®, q^ W© — a©iq3) 

qi;g©— ^.^(*^i ©©)— «. i qsTw ©w*-i* 

Jukti siddha Deduced by reasoning. 3 I 

SSfcmgiq €*q— 2 - Arrived at alter due 

conaultatioo. « l qg €ja6Q 9©^©— 

3 Based on reason reasonable. 

q§SP— e. 9^1 ( ^ TO )— * I «*9 *i a« 3® - 

Jukti hina Sq qrf— I. Unreasonable^ not 

supported by reason. > i aCNia^— 2. 

Illogical; unjust. • I OKInWq«ttO- o. 


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Without reasonable cause, v | 3GQ|© 
©I G$f©9qp- 4, Unconnected. 

q$ W? «qQ— e. ©— a<ai^*i -94193 1; ei©sisas 9lfli°qi 

Juktihina bicbara —Unreasonable conclusion; 

conclusion not supported by logicj 

illogical decision. 
Qg(ai^) — e— TOO ©QOI — 
Jug (root) To abandon. 

qa— s. 9 (3L ai^-9©© ©ei©j-{-©?§. q)—k i 

Jng* q£K>; fci8<fl$ci© difflCT; 9»Q 91 aa©t© 
63$ va a^r ©I® Q9GQ ©G9— 1- Yoke. 
-M ( <<3>i 96^^*1 QG© ©i©g© aeii — cKiqci ) 

q^i G9IQI; q.OO— 2. Pairj couple^ two. 

L Q— ©0 0© ©19 ©899? fi^Q 8©G© ©£[©- 
3Sf I ©©$& ©GSIiq.©^©. dlo I J •■ I 
9IQ€1 ©<3©JQ — 8 - A period of 12 years. 
* I a*©§' 8^9© ©IQ— 4 A period of 5 
jears. « i q§ ftjg© ®$a— 5. Name of 
a rare drug. $\ <iq ao aew^ «^©t© SW, 
QQGItfl — b. A length of 4 cubits. j> I 
QOQg c — 7. A long period of years 
( Apte ). r | S9©$ SflSWIQ — 8- 

Generation; life (Apte). tt \ fi^Q Wl| — 
9. The number four (Apte). «.o j g[Qg 
qon\ — 10. The number twelve ( Apte ) . 
tM ( QQ3I4 ) 3©% G$©l, 9!9Q, 00 <3§ 
qQOIQ— 11. The four ages of Hindu 

mythology. 
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a^GQi©© adi ©Q©^ q©G© ©Q«flq a^— 
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conditions or duties or pursuits pres- 
cribed for each ' Juga' 5 duties peculiar 
to a particular age of the world- G^ # © 

— wihq gsa^Q q^Q ^© ^§)sb oi«©© ©ia- 

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Ramasankara Ray a 

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cart or plough which is attached to the 
middle of the yoke, 9 \ &<%<& §£sq — 

2. Name of a mountain. * \ «I^Q Q9 — 

3. The beam of a carriage; the pole of a 

carriage. * I (Ql<a) gia*i©Qr €afa (©-9) — 
4* Grandson of SStyaki 

Jugandhara Goddess Parbati 

jugandharamla «Qg9IQ Qig — Fermented 

juice of boiled maize-water^ 

fiiaa— «r.Q (qs+si. ai^+Q4- «)— «w^» (9. «) — 
. Jugapa Gandharba. 

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ously; at one and the same time (more 
than one thing taking place)* 

Jugapatra <. 1 qfjpg $g. qqq q§q q$$\\q 

{QSmQ— aQi%9) CSIQI GQIel G$iGj TOgO — 

1. Any tree the foliage of wh'ch is 
doubly attached to the stem; a tree 
with Folium Bioatum, bipinnatcd 
tree. > | GQlWlQj QgSTO; QIQ QSO fS— 

2. The mountain ebony tree* Bauhinia 

Yariegata, 

Ju^^patrika Tha Sisso tree; Dalbergin Sisu 
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Q^isq B^siqief qaiQQ ai^GQ ^9*^ ciqw> 
Qg5 aQulQiet qjtf&Q «QGQ 9«| C9IQ99I ©siq 
qqq— The third young ox tied to the 
end of a yoke by a rope in order to be 
habituated to the drawing of a cart or 

a plough. 

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Juga pnrusha QQ^ QJ S^IQ^ G3 OQWIdGQ 
©SiCiQi GQOTIftqr 9UGQ «®8l — Repre- 
sentative of the age. (aa — QQ q©9£^, 

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6 SSISjC QfilQQI (9i$ ) — A person who 

introduces timely reforms in society or 

politics 

Jaga bahu (Q. a)— -Long-armed (Apte) 

Juga(gu)burd(r^ U ) mq!Q SQgi— 1- An un- 

«tMt^ g^l^ bearable conditio^ a condition 

of very trying circumstances, [q — 

QW <3N 010, Q«1«^qsi 99 v — ©« I] > I 
qsiiSj <ag g«a — 2. Partial deluge or dis- 
solution overtaking the creation at the 
end of a cycle of ages. 

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Juga bur^a a»i9 9Q»QI^ 0^I<1 — 1. Ruinous. 
(qa ^G©£J— %1) -> l «q sjqhI^ Ql aia©QO (©#)— 
T^CWC*t . 2. Sinful or unrighteous (act). s> — 
gnf^r qa 9991 (GQ«) — Juga buidiba (See) 

q« $W|r-TO.:e— M q$Jl9 «^ fl«q— 1. Partial 

Juga burdiba dissolution taking place at the 

^H t^e^t end ol a cycle of 4 age s . $ I qcu$- 

jrr^^t 2. The end or evening of a Juga 

or age. «H a^QIQ : Qf6>J— 3. Ruinationi 

q€ifl - sii..(ew) 9 6 M- (e. qo)— qa ( TO«t ) 

Jucrama Jugma ( See ) 

qp qa— eQ.&Q«i— ^1 eai^eai^— 1. in pairs, [q — 

Jaga juga Q^l «flqQ% G9QG© qa q« G9Gfi) I QflB. 
f^l^yt GQG$W»I9 l] * 1 qaQlo aicf— 
jj4 | j|4| 2. For ages. 

qa q«% — 6*^. «. SSI— <• I ^^q? a^—1. For a 
Juga Jcgaku great many yearsj for ages. 

Lqci(TO)qSfl — «©i%0] > 1 010 «i«q5 Q^oioq 

^Jf <gQQ?^© Ql« sai<T — - 2. To a long time.- 

wit p upto a dibtant future 

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juga Jugantara qq; Q^qci— This and t^ie fol- 
lowing ages; macy au age. 


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fawfrl ?Jt«rJ ^ffi jn^RT for a long time. 

(qo qo-*— BO^fl) 

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Juga raija kariba G§jQ ©Q9|— 1. To reign for 

(q« $©<« QQ9I — QQi^a) a long period. ' ' 

f^fa W* ^?T $§Q]Q fJRGQ SSIQ 6^!« <?Q* I — 

igtKlol' mXRJ 2- To enjoy worldly blessings 

for a long time. * I q«il S9IQ ©Q&1<?) 

G9QI — 3. To live a long and happy life. 

(oai ~$gs I s » 5®* ^©> ^SL* 6«a© q«i 
qao— ?r q#. ( qa+ag wsgcj. q )~q3 d j sai^io — 

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(qpQl— %1) 9fiQ— Teamj couplej pair5 brace 

[^— <9i SQSqeasdl §ra<iMeQ w ass 
qg$« i sal— 

©* qOQ— SQIG^ ^01— A pair of cloths, 
a*, qQQ— G9I9 GQI^I— A team of horses, 

0S qaQ— G319KI ©6QQ — A ferace cf 

birds. 

gid q«io — d 6 qgja W93— A couple of 

animals 

GQiqcto— 9GQ 9QQ-A team or yoke 

of Oxen. 

Q»Q qqo— tf ■ flfll $69- A couple ^ 

(husband and wife). 

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GOI9 ooe'a pair of legs. GQ.Q. qT~ q®®- 
«G€IIOQ QIQGI9— A name for calling 
JugaIakiso r a,[$— G3l«1 99©, 0»Q> «TO 
s§Q Qfi* ©q — OQJ 

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Jugalaka 1- Jugala (See) y \ q9^ «i- 

9IQn9Sqi $R* G$J«" 2 * ^ ccuple of verses 
forming one sentence. 

qei» $S€llQ—S. Q.~ V I <»*,9§ © 3w qQ« 9^— 

Jugala kisora 1. A couple consisting of a 

young man and woman, ) \ QaiQ^sjQ 


qcifi 9§) — X The form of E-adha. and 
Kjrushna standing together, * 1 qaie? 
»<^G8? 9^9\ SlQW'^o— 3. The figure 
of Sii k xushna embracing Radha, g<3 

Q. q_° — GQW QI3— A name given to 

malea. 
qglQ ftqj — 3. Q.— OQG«l©!Q© 6<4>s®iqc!WQ q^ — 
Jugala mantri A mystic formula in which 
the names of 2 Deities are joined to- 
gether, [o— og fl^ Qsjtoqqtfi, qaisi«»- 

qaonS[— sr. ^ (©«ai;qsifi&+«jSi)— ^ 1 sasj©iqq« # . 

Jngala murti §Q ai^ei^ Qa<^ Ql -«Q9Q9 fl^ — 
(qciQ^a— a^>^9) 1. An image consisting of 2 
Deities or one God and one Goddess 
seated or standing together. Jiqai^gTO 
■4QS a$>jf© 9^ — 2. The figure assumed, 
by Snkrushna while embracing Radha 
w I <!Q^IQg© Sifll 6 ^1 — 3. The figure of 
a couple placed side by aide. 

qa<ai - or- w. ^1 ( qs» +«l )— ©aie— t 

Jugali Double; a pair of. 

qg q®— ?. 9 ($qj ©o )— <io qp© ca« 6 «©-» a«iQ 

Juga sandhi nQ% Qtffl — The junction of two 
90 3$il } a^es; the time about. 

\ aQ ^ ] the end of one and the 

beginning of another age. 

qara©-*. e (a^cii o a+Q)-oio qi a«Q a»a. 

JusSmftaka 9QQ —The year 5 the componenc 

part of an age. 

qaiaa— e. 9 ( 9%\ ©^; ^o+aBa^ J— sjaiQ (C«W; 
Jugagama Jugadi ( See ) 

qai9-giGQ ( q^q ^igs^iq ) 9— qq©i— 

Jug^irda Kitchen-vegetable. 

$QI9QI -- 3IG9 ( €^?Q ^|6^Q ) ©-9^91 Q0IQ9I — 

Jugardiba To chop kitchen- vegetables for 

cooking. 

qQW^i)-«. * [^1 o©; ao + swj^i) ]— ^ » 

Jugadi(dya) QQ&Q qdQ g&?l ^98©— !• Tne 

(qOi$ — 98*5)©) advent o£ an age, 3 I GOI?< 

$9iqciQ SilS^— 2 The beginning or 

dawning of a cycle of 4 ages. 

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Jugadya The lunar day of the year on which 

one of the 4 ages first dawned. ( saei! 

— q©i qawn, ©Sals qc raqijqp qq ©g» 

ifoi GQ3 I ) 

jqsil$— S. 9 ( 0$ «©* 3? + si$ )— * I qcnq; qaQ 

Juganta «$ Ql GS9 qfl£J— 1. The end of an 

(qaiOTiQ— «©iq.a) age. ? I 9?iqQQ a$; g«q 

Qlfi— 2, The end of a cycle of 4 ages', 

.the time of dissolution. 

3611$$— «T, Q — ©flSQ Qlfll^Q— A name of Bishnu. 

JugSntaka QS— qcil$ SQqWl— Bringing 

| about the dissolution of 

J ^ the creation at the end 

of a cycle. 

Jugantajlbi V3I- *Q )- G3 qcn$ 9s*«Kj Qt QC9 
— Living till the end of a cycle of ages 

juganta pralaya The partial dissolution 
of the creation at the end of every 

cycle of 4 ages. 

Juganta byapi GQIWI ( S«£j )— Existing for 

the period of one 'Juggnta 7 . 

Jugantara Another age„ 

Juganta sthSyi Existing till the end of a 

cycle. JMQQgiql— 2* Permanent. 

qQiQy— 9°. 9 {9$ ©o; qci+aQ* >-q«fl£j ( G9« ) 

jugSbadhi , Jugakshaya ( See ). 69. -9 . 9$ 

— Q$QI© 69Q— Por an age. 

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Jugabda(bda) : c^ei G9IQ39I QQ^fllG— The 

number of years traversed by a Juga. 

qensw— *. «— q?w ( G9S ) 

jugarambha JugSdi ( See ) 

qQ\— 91GQ. ( § # 9$fl, 0IGQ3Q ^ CWQ3A ) 9— QCJ^ 
Jugl ©£p ©I© Q€€l«i GfllQl— A caste ot 
beggars amongst the Hindus. 

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2. From the pur of. [q — GQfll* G9IQQ 

Juge Very much. 

juge jage la every age; for ages, 

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Tugesa o© aogiGQ 30 Qrt^Q ^9% qa$ 
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ing Deity over each cycle of 5 of the 
years of Jupiter, [ q>~99|© flIQSIlgGQ 

a©^i oa^Q saaraeQ R9^ €9^1 ew 

QQi^QQ, a^9aQ 6 QQ©a«— 9. a. ] 
Jugma qsiQ^ G3IQI— 1. Pair; couple ^| 

(qoo— gq ^9) (c©tiQ«) 9as> q9— 2. (Astro- 

- logy) The 3rd sign of the zodiac^ the 
Gemini; or the twins. * | a I a Ol QQ— 

3. Twins, v 1 .$Q$ s$>^ ^Q{ QfllQ - 

4. A couple of stanzas connected with 
each other by, construction, i. e. 
forming one grammatical sentence. 

* 1 (alto) eaiQqd; Gs^qa <jqgq ^gciGQ 

S§ QK— 5. ( Arithmetic ) An even 
number; a multiple of 2. 9 \ { +§!?- 
fl ) — 9Gai3; 9»S>— 6. Union. 9 | ^q- 
fiWQT GQilGQ? — 7. A meeting together 
of two persons, r 1 ( +**1©Q$ ) — 
fQOQQ 9a»aiQ— 8. The coonttence of 
two rivers. Q«— « I ©ai^K; G0l^<J — 
1. A couple of| a pair of, ^ | QQGQ 

9QG^ QGG«W O Q99I ( «WH )— 2. Even 

( number )„ 

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Jugmaka — Two stanzas connected with 

each other by grammatical construction. 


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Jugma kaja shrub. > | 9$Q|«1; $§?!© — 
2, The stinging nettle-, Targia Involu- 

ctuta. 

q<;Q-s e . w. 9! ( qq+eo *!$►+«<§. a )— ©ratal 
Jugmaja ( 0Q ) — Twin-bore, twin. 

(qcpr-qj) 
qa ©3— «'. $ — «GW»CQ S§>QI ^Q* Q^— Two 
Jugma ttthi lunar days falling on one solar 

day- 

Jugma parpna(tra) 1. Tuga patra { See ) 

j i <agg§ qi sq«m as— 2- a tree; 

Alotonia Scholaris. 

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qg QSQ— S. $— QflO 9€€i§ — A kind of allitera- 

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*Jugmajuga tflQ qj-qgfl — A pair of great 

persons (a male and a female) who were 

born at the same time during the time 

of the Jaina Tirthankaras ( Nahar, 

Epitome of Jainism ). 

qqqQ— s. 9 ( salvia© )— zqj& ago qotq 6 

Jugma swara Q^$ q§© O^Q <Q^ §|9I 3Q 

6 6913— ( J°g a ) The conjunction of the 

lunar swara with the solar swara. 

[■Q—otf fl6a Q^ao QQ OSQ q]3, «s$ 

e^eo q^gq ©i§9 qw^ qqw * soiqq 

jqcj^i^Siav-e, 9 ( ««q»Q )— acjgia 9G€i<a— 

JugmSntanuprasa A kind of alliteration in 
rhetoric. [ q — &pq€Q '8««Qqej5IG|gra 
e9«iawi aat-a^QiQ siqq e§>Q ©^Q 

qcw— a: -w*— (qg +$>@9i aeftQ ©)— 1 1 qww (3$) 

Jugya 1. -Bearing burden by a yoke. ^ I 


qaeGQ ©ai«l W $aqg — 2- Fit to be 
yoked, m \ qjaQGQ-GQiq S^G^I (Sf.)— 
3. Yoked; harnessed (Apte) v j ( ^g M 

wo qloq a©' ste«r qqq-, aai an qch- 
Qa) eaiq ctiqsiqi ' w?iq age©— 

4. Drawn by (an animal) (Apte.s 
S. ^J.^^ I saiQ — !• Conveyanoej vehicle. 
5 \ Q\<$Vy Q\Q9\^ «3Q — 2. Draught-ani- 
mal (Apte.) *) | q|$ ^|g^| €<3i^i — 3. 
Charit-horee. (Apte) * | q\q a$ ^q, 
91© flei 69IQQ9I 019—4. An animal 
trained for the yoke. 

fleiTOis— v. Q.q:— (9Ch+99 di%+Q(j. B)-siQg. 
Jugyabaha QQ^Q^^ Q^a©— A charioteer; 
(flQ^9l9l— ^fl) coachman^ chau£Eeur. 

Juchchh (root) 1. To be inattentive. 

9 I QfllQ Ql Q« Q€)^l— 2. To err 3 to 

commit mistake. 

Q^9 (al^j)— *.— ^ I WICI «Q^>li <W OQQl — 1. To 
Juj (root) add up; to join, y \ ^QlQ^i^cHQQl 

2, To unite5 to mix up B • j @qj qqqi-. 

3, To blame. * | Qj^q; — 4. To bind 5 
to tie * I SSJ9 9^Q|— 5- To. control, to 
regulate, £ \ aj|QGQ Ql 99|^GQ 90q, ©£^ 
QQ9l 3 ailff QQ9I— 6. To concentrate 
one's mind in abstract meditation to 
meditate upon. 9 I ©QI^L GOGl$J? ©QQI; 
5)e»l€iat€! €991 — 7. To concentrate 
one's thoughts or attention. r j gao 
©^Ql 3 6CII3QI; GSI9QI— & To connect^ to 
attach. * I 631991— 9. To yoke 3 to 
harness. ** I Q6£jlQ QQQI-10. To 
.employj to apply. Kt I Qa^l> Q89I — 

11, To adhere 3 to cleave to (Apte). 
IS 1 «D€Q9 QWI— 12. To enjoiDj to 
charge (Apte) [ <j> — JQ^al^Q W6Q €1Q 

M ^aqQ tf qa O^OQ sia sqi« «GQi e^i— 
SiW + s ?R aJ| Qf == ^ ' Q«IQ9* — !• To ask. 
> I.QQ4IQ 9^1— 2. To reprove. 
OQ+a^aiSL-**! <J©IQ«I ©QQH.To utter. 
• JY €91^6^9 QQQ|-2.To accuse or charge 
a -person* with an ^ offence. 


S3$KT- 


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QJftlQQ 


^l Wl; aiQSQQQW-3 To seize. v !;;«3«>lQ 

QQ9I — 4. To lay hold of. 

Q9+?© ai§==<L| 8|$3<a qqSH-I.To attack. ' 

J i S9«a SWI— 2, To take. « I flIQQI— 3. 

To partake of (food). 

Q© + 3.® aiSL=eo$|I qq$|_To try 5 to 

make effort. 

SH-GS? at$=V| g(iSQ€i©€39 — 1. To order. 

-> I 9$j<9 QQQI— 2. To order beforehand. 

* I wfeQflSQQ QM— 3. To appoint, 

S+a+qft ai$=*. I QQ1Q QQQI — 1. To 

. join. > I 0t£j 0Q9I-2. To spend. « | aoiQQI 

3. To send v | §q^© QQQI— 4. To 

involve in. 

9 + SR ai%« 11^6^10 9Q9I-1 .To apply. 

M ®ai^g«5eQ SSIQQI-2,To invest money | 

* I SQty Q§$\ — 3. To make effort. v| q©|- 

QQI — 4. To connect; to combine; #i qwq 

OQQI-5. To spend. £> | S>q§QQQ|-— 6. To 

appoint. 91 qa^ ©6}QI— 7. To divide. 

- 9 + qpai^-tl 6ET991 -1. To subtract. 

?| qeiQQSi^l— 2- To separate. J\ qo|Q9|— 

2. To send. 
ga N +qQ ai$=B<W QQQI — Toe ombinej 

to unite, j 

.qjMO— si. w 6 $— q$iQ ( s<?<a ) 

Jujana JunjSna ( See ) 

Jujira 1. Pair couple. > | ( + $$. QQ )— 
G9IQ] — 2. A sage5 an anchorite. 

.q©iw, i, 6«)$(q)— ai. § «.qsr?«)— qa^Q (to*) 

Ju(je, jhi, jhe)shti(shthi) Judhishthira ( See ) 

.qgt^'GSw/ * ( ©WKaqsi )— ©iqk? eos^ qa«q v 

Jujutsu — A. kind of atbletic feat or westling 
13<^ ^1^3 practised in Japanj Jujutsu. 

[q — <j eoq^GQ G^ga^ «q eg*iQi 

, QWflGQ SQS3Q Cft Cft 9^giff€Q aQIQ «GQj 
6Qi$< €cil$<JglsGQ SWfQiflW . «q|© QGfift 

seiQGQ -9ooi§<qq G98 <M.aM i j 


q©i— ». 93 (a 9. aiSL+ «£ a; w*TO)— i- 1 *«§— 

Jujya 1. United; connected (Apte). j \ ^ %%q 

Q\ 9QI9IQ ajhSjg— 2. Related to (Apte). 
• I GQIcn 5 Q9QJJ— 3. Fitj proper (Apt©). 
v I WG€)al£| — 4 . 0f the same class Or 
t kind (Apte). 3. 9 — £ | q^. $&[$ 
9i§— 1. A kinsman (Apte), j | (+q$. 
0) 3G3lClj 9GftQQ — 2. Union; .connection 
(Apte). * I Q$ Q»Q— 3, Blood rela- 
tionship (Apte). 

jajyaaiSna G9Q991 — Under the process of 
(a ©tfllOl— %1) being joined or nnited, 

Jujjha (etc) Jujha (etc) (See) 

cwt— flu § (9°. a^-a^— Fight. [ gj-ca aq«c1 
jujha 699 G9 99 a<% I q«8 # 9* fl^iQQs— gq I] 

? p 

3€ ^JQ*— ffl'.©— G$Ga$— Battle-field, [q— a^Q*© 
Jujha bhuiB G0IQ*9lQ, QJ G^Q^ gjg £Hq"| qq ] 

Jujha(jhe)iba Jujjhaib* (See) 

Juj hajujni M utual fighting. 

o§QSQi— 91- ■§ (9°. a^+QCiJ— 05 e^9iq[ q§i 
Jnjhi ichchhiba QQQI —To desire to fight. 

Jujhiba e I aj»" «K>I— 1, To fight, (^—qacQ 
^^t GO«f Q«^0, 9^I6Q «> a^<t.»ftJo 1 

QQ9I — 2. To wranglej to quarrel. «i|gt£l- 
QGfi! eo^fc' »Q^I— ^. To strug^ hard. 
flftlfM)— 91. 9 (9°. aj9)— * I a«>— 1. Battle. 
Jujbya(dhya) y | QIQQ^ — 2. Wrangling. 

gill©©— €9. ^> — <^39IQ &Sa ^9 — Name of a tree 
JanjStaka used in medicine,, [q -<J^!Q ai^GQ 

$<sui9Gq oioaaQ qq\ ge^ia «qaw I] 


£&!£> 


( f*~*r ) 


•i 


Xo.be united. 


flllQ— <SV M. %°— (fi^©. al$ + Q<§. SOQ)— ^ I G31Q!- 
Junjama Q*|gQ|q| — 1. Practising penance, ?|63 
(SJttOI— «J) Said 9G9— 2* Joining; uniting. 
* I 6€l 6360— 3. Yoking, * t $9est«1 — 
4. Proper 5 fit (Apte). *| ejfQajjj — 5-Pros- 
perous (Apte). 9 I ^©©Khi— 6. Success- 
ful (Apte). 9-t 1 g|Qq-L A- Chario- 
teer. 5 \ 9l§<s— 2. A Brahmana. * \ WQ 
q,q— 2. An omniscient person. * I 696J 

oaiaflia© G8!qI9<hs «qflieif>, 9«> s$ 

69IQ 9191ft — 4 » A P erson w ^° * s en & a §~ 
ed in practising Joga but has not yet 
attained salvation. [9— <l GQ^ilQ GQ191 

Jut (root) 

( ©ait aiq^— S©s %? > 
qf\ G9. 9 — ^ 1 (9|©9q©q q«i)— aioaas? eai^i — 

Jut* 1. A P air of betel oree P ers - -* I ©SI QOT9 

(G93)— 2. Juta etc (See) 

69. 9*— 0^1 ( 69« )— juta (See) 

(aQ$i— a«n *^©i fl % 9 ) si* w (aoi9qa o) - 

r*t «!3t G9Q GQIW— Which one, 

a*i(e*)Q9i— 69. S— ©*iQQi_(Wfii) 

Ju"fca(te)iba Jutaiba (See) 

0*01—69. ^— OT9I (£93) 
" Ju^iba Jutiba (See) 

0^—3169 (fOfiOSt 6 9IGM9) 9 — M QlSfQ G£I9J 9H 

Jugli SI$S 3 aa^JQ ©Q'SIQ — 1. A long strip 

of shallow water $ 1 ©9 (€9«) — 2, 

*" Juigi (See) 

flMpQI— 9IG9 (9IG9$Q 6 S<WR) 9— G€II§>9I (©W) 
Xox^ibS jorciiba ^See) 

ae©— 9iG9 (69fa) 9$ 6 9 — MIGQj QQ*; 409Q- 
Jurjle TWO5 a pair* 

gti (Q01»)— 99. 9— ©« 30*19 (G9S) 
Juna (etc) Juna etc (See) 

^a— q°. 9 C^ai§.«^3 909914-39 9 H a— a^d ao 

Jut Wl *9> — ^ j g^—l,Battle$ fight. 

■) \- ®Q\ — 2. Censurej blame. m \ 

( + .-©$. 9^ >— C3I9I; G39Q— 
3. A heroj a soldier ( Apte ). 


G9. 9- 6 93. —S© ( 693 )— Jut 

( See ) 

fl © (ai§)~ 9— ■ 99^6991) 019 9QQ!j ©9 ©^9WI — 
" Jut (root) To shine- 

09 -3. W— (QaiSL—sifl© Q99I, GQia 999l+9#.©5 
Juta 01 a®*, ap 393 a § §« I 031— fla^©) — 

(aoi— sff) ^ 1 9i ©$ 99©} 3$— 1 * Joined t0 > 

connected with; united with; combined 
with. 9 I 33 g — 2. Attached to 3 being 
in contact with <n | qa^Q— 3. Sepa- 
rated (Apte). v| (q£||9 919) €9i€i©; 
Q§0 — 4. Endowed with3 possessed of. 
+1 aq*jq9$--5. Unseparated from^ identi- 
cal with. £M agj 390-^6, Filled with. 
9 I Sfi^a — 7. Coversed with (Apte), r i 
991 QIQ^9I — 8. Fastened to (Apte). $ 1 

(a«99) qecr 59(5 0009-0119©— 9. 

Accompanied or attended by (a person)- 
K 9 I €9^©— 10 Surrounded by. %l\ GQ|c^ 
g9IQ^9l — 11. Yol^ed too 9 - *. 1 QQQOil- 
1. A newly married couple^ bride- 
groom and bride. 5 | G9Q*IQ QQfll« 
^Gd^i ^W©— 2. A length of 4 cubits. 
• I ( +sp.O ) GsaO} 9»9 3 9919— 

3, Meeting) unionj marriage (Apte) 5 
vi (+©qsi ©) Gai©5^l§ a9GQ aq_Q9iQgiQ 
9Q§> — 4. Rope for yoking beasts to 

carts etc. 

<a$9— g«. 9 (asi + ilGa^ O)— t I 9GC?»— 1. Doubti 
^ Jataka uncertainty (Apte) > I ( Q^O ai^ + 
9tf O + 9 ) GStQI; g^-2. A pair) a 
couplejabrace. *| ( 9J&+9 ) — 
G^ei^Q) ©9Fo fl»GQ|9— 3 - Relationship 
through sex) marital or sexual connec- 
tion, v 1 99I9Q Q09IQ; eafsio— 

4. Nuptial present^ dowry. * | €>I919 
9!€> 91 SH©I 91 q$— 5. T he end of a 

lady's cloth. 9 \ qOI© €MQ9 91 919— 

6. The end of a cloth. 9 \ &\$\ 6 ^9«|- 

7, The clcth worn by a woman and 
the upper veil, r | c£ Q|q, c . q^Q 9I« Q> 
y|Q-^8* The edge or sides of a winnow- 
ing fan (Apte)- « I *$%— 9. Assyloin^ 


Q3I 


( •*••« ) 


aQ* 


refuge, ^o | gq|— 10. Forgiveness) par- 
don. $\ | qq^i — 11. Forbearance. \j \ 
g9isej-12. Helpj support, v* | qqi. s>$©j- 
13» Alliance^ friendship, tv | «f©|9« 
0QO^^14. Acquaintance. O I 9®Q|- 
999— *£>• Forming an alliance or 
friendship. ?? | qsiiQ GSIQj Q«K)q| £ 
€fc9Q; GalQ 6 9i§0|— 16. A pair of cloth 
consisting of the loincloth and the upper 
sheet. £5> | aiQQ agqa— 17. The fore- 
most part of the foot (Aptej. ^r | sjqIq 
ygil— IS The edge of a woman's gar- 
ment} hem; border of a woman's Sa"rffi[ 
(Apte). *.e i qGftQ©; 9G&IQ --19, Union 

(Apte). 
©1 (QOIW)— OT. 9— C»IOI QO1I0 (GQs) 
^ JutS (etc) Jota etc (See) 

q9i(eo)QQi— sq. £— e i «©9i **qiQ a©$§a — 

Juta(te.)ib5 1. The causative form of Jutiba. 

&?m* > 1 GSI9IG9 «l© SIQ9I- 

^jeraPTT 2. To beat with the shoes 

q©~ e. 9 (a. ai%+q9. ©)-<* i Gai39t 5 eaiaa-^ 

Juti 1* Uniting) connecting. J 1 CIOSIQGQ aq, 
Gai©9l — 2„ Tying or yoking of beasts 
to a cart or plough. • | (qKo) ge-QQ^ 
631a 9Q$|— 3. (Arithmetic) Addition, v \ 
(G9*t©9) 9"«fl$t — *• (astronomy) Con- 
junction (Apte). * | Qg <?W|Q GaiQera— 
5. Sum total) the total number (Apte). 
£ I %QQ\Q — 6. Union; junction (Apte). 9|. 

9 (qoq) («, g«m©0— *®*i; C9mI©i— 

Radiance*, brightness. 

gj©qi— G9. S (9*. a. ai^, a©ai$)— gqi§ si© aqff 
Jntiba aa^GQ 91 €II$GQ 91 9QGQ QGl!Q9i — 
OTfSf To yoke beasts to a cart or plough, 

sifercr g(G*. (ow) « — 9*s c <a 9Q9i— 

TO plough. 

0G©**-G9. (99<0 $\ 9*1 (80M 0Q 9©SJ QGQ)— «WO 
Jute SGCF a § G9IQ— Being joined with or 
3P$ attached to. (Q— q$jG9 ©9 G©Q a^G©* 
3* 9Q6© $9 q$9G© I ©aqia. Qfl9Q l ) 

QQ-— ST, (0a. at^+q9. © H 9) —«■«!; 9^ — 
*~ Jud ^ " Fight; battle. 


*S» — «r» 9.— (s. qa ai$+q9* ©)— *. i sflQ; $9IQ— 

Juddh . " 1, War ; fight; battle. 

[9 — sioIq ©iqgq Qa,*ia, 6Q19I 6a9i©> 
aw vt gaio acr qGQj <ig oitf GQ^t^L 
©$qgMI GQIQ 3!Q?!Q 1 <& c^acra wn- 

GQ9GQ GfcH 9QQ CIO. CIQ 913 (QQI 9^. 

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g3©o«iioq^€*© «j© ^iq «f?H«ff, swq«^ 

S«©GQ q.O€» «Q fllQ^Q I flQ 5 gQJQ ^C3,„ 

SjefeQ QS a^^GCfOQflQI O^Q ©Ifl 9$" 
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G9lft QQ99I a « €>9'9 a o 1 999 a S>G$ 
9fl^9GQ Qa a^^ s<as ^3g^ 9i a^©^ 
fl%<j9GQ «* a^, 9i<p0*i ai€>GQ a*9i© a^ 
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3Q9§.| q§>— The Marhatta war. # - 
9i^8ej q§i- — The war at the field of 

Panipatb in N. India. 
^9 q©— The Burmese war % 
QIQQ q§ - The war with Kabul. 

-^a© q^ «g©i« sjaftGssite 9e«r Q°q©o: 

q$— The Boor war. 

ggiqj q<$ —The battle with the 

Pindaries. 
Qsfo q^ — The battle with the 

Germans. 
G3[€IQ q©~ The battle of Mysore 

(in S. India). 
©Q q$— 'The Chinese war- 
^a q$— The B-ussian war. 
eQQl q$* SQ91 <3[9Q &lffGQ q$— The 

battle of Plassey. 

aq. 6 eslsi w ?i&ieQ 9^i q€$ §o i geii — 

3 I QQIQ — 2. Contest^ conflict, m [ oft 

9QQTQ fl«©l W QQQ<stgQ_3. A 

struggle between two antagonistic 
parties, v \ (GOT€)<a) g^fllffffQ 9Q9Q S>^§ 
SJ9gQ — 4, (astrology) The opposition 
' or conflict of planets (Apte). 

juddha Sin ©SOIQ SW;, 9I9QQ $y*-Martial 
^ «cfes( ?[3C3ft 3*3* law. 

juddham dehi qq)— ^asq^^g QflQ QQ$| a|Q 

&QiQ— A call to an antagonist to come 
out to give battle; a challenge. 

q<$> Q$~S- Q. ( A. Q - €Q )— Q§ QQQI a|Q QQQ 
juddha kandu qiqqi — Martial eagerness 
(a Q ©|£| —WSi© QB) eagerness to fight. 

Q9 ©ftQl -6Q. — «MT a 36SF $©|Q QQ91— To fighti 
juddha kariba to engage in a battle. 

iq$ ©$—9. 5>. 9* — SSi^lj QIQ; c3©©— A warrior, 
juddha kartta Qei— s $©IQ© ( GQ3 ) 

Juddha karaka ( See ) 

.q^ 9IQ$— s. w. y— ea s^gq g§^ am— 
Juddha karaka Fighting; making war$ 
(Q^Qi<3J— WM%8) : contending. 


q$ ^€1»— 3. M. 9!. (5>fl1 ©©)— q$ ©WKQ 9^ 
Juddha kusala $>| 8IQ98 1 — Skilful in war^ 

(o^qaat— 41) [ a ^Qfl, , a©3* ,-(a@ $ga 

— «G1$,9 I ] 

qs QQt$Q — e. $, ( ?$1 Q© )— J3jS QQQI SS^GQ 

Juddha kaasal% CG>£JSH— Manoeuvre^ skill 

in war 

Juddha ksbama fl(c5 9Qa Ql QQaiOl — 
(aja? flfll— ^1) Able to fight; able-bodied for 

fighting, 

q§> sq— e. q. — t i ( *^1©e)aQQ si^giQ — 

Juddha kshaya 1. Cessation of battle. 
^ I (9. 9. 6Q) q^96>© GQ© 6 90 tlQQ 
S9 — 2. Loss of men and strength due 

to war. 

q§ qi©— e. ^> ( *fl1 ©q)— q^ 6>9^ ( co<a ) 
Juddha kshanti Juddha nibtutti ( See ) 

q<S> €8ff — ». 9— G3^T 9 lQe ^ W OG«1~ 

Juddha kshetra Battlefield; the seene of 

battle. 
q<3» ©q*-«. § ( 5>«1 TO^)— qsGQ C^q«3— 

Juddha jaya Victory in battle. 

q$ 9I@I©— 69- 9 -CMS" G91© ( GQG1 ) 

Juddha jabaja Juddha pota ( See ) 

^wfttw gar s^rar 

-«. M. q! — «■ I q® WhIGQ 95©— 2_ Versed 
juddhajna in the military art. / | q^ Q fla 

q® ««l I aw9 (WO)— 2. Juddha kusala 
q$* a§© I * (q^Q— ^1) (See) 

Juddha dhakka GQIfii — Battle drum, [q — 

q<9 OQl — e.^»— q^eai© (GQeO — Juddha pota (See) 

Juddha tari 
q$©©--9. Q— Q^8— Battlefield. [ Q-GQ60 

juddha tela <s>iG)sjQ saieHG^ fl^. »I? I SQ©G» 

G9Q fla©i a<q § § I p9." wiQQo.gg i] 

q$ QQ— e. W. V— Q^ %a© (69«l)— Juddha 
Juddha daksha (c^ Qg( — ^1) kusaja (See), 

(S^©^i— «Qm%9) 
q£ Oi©l— e. Qfil - GS SO ©QQl«ji OI91SQ — One who 
Juddha data conies out to fight$ one who 

gives battle. 


-*q©$>l$ 


( *"** ) 


q$9Q© 


*fl9 9l§— TO. 9— G^g© —Battlefield, [q— G9IG© 
Juddha d§n(Ja cQ<ai €9Q ■«•§ GQ q$9IG9 ' 

^?S g^r^ <$S<?9. wiqqq. ©© i] 

<g^ G99I— G©. 9* — (^q, ^. q«r G©§ )— (€©fel8 

Juddha deba ©i§ ggcr) q^GQ 3§»9 69©l— 

*p£TOrt 33^*1 To be eDgaged in fight (withl 5 

to give battle) 

<$$ «p9— 3. 9. (399) — ©SIG#© QGO* §M£| q$ — 

Juddha dyuta Chance of war (Apte), 

q9 ©§>^ -». 9— ( *«fl 90; q® -+©$§)—* 1 q<s> 

Juddha nibrutti ©q gqqi — 1, Cessation of 

hostilities; armistice- j \ q$ — 

2. Truce 

<29 ca© — gr. 9— v 1 q$T©e»i qhgs 93919 — 1. The 

Juddha niti laws or rules for conducting a 
war. 5 I £JQ S9il (G9S) — 2. Juddha 

bidya (See). 

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juJdba paranmukha q£©— 1. Unwilling to 

(q^aq^ «i - %)) fight; averse to war, J l # G9 

q$ 3§^€M© S3|$eil<] — 2 Fleeing from 
the battlefield; fugitive. 

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* Jaddha pota Giai^WIGQ 2I8Q eg SGQ 5 q$ ©Qg) — 

(q$» ©<g— ao^a) Warship; man-o-war. 

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Torpedo, qq ©191© — Cruiser. ^91 

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Juddha poshSka (See). 

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Juddha pratyagata GSfl% GffQ «§$j9l (G3I§!)— 
(O ®9©H|g(0t — $) < a warrior) Returned from 

the field of battle, 
09 flIOfil— ff. 9— aj*OW (G9«l)— Juddha kshetra 

Juddha prangana (See) 

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.Juddha prapta ( 9, Q. ) — 1. Taken as a 
prisoner of war. [^ — g A 9SI§ «9G© 

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VI £j_9GQ 90^91 ( a©»9 ) — 2. Taken as 

booty in war* 


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Joddhapriya —Fond of -.war; warlike, 

(q^gqi-q?) (a9flq©i— ©) 

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Juddha bandi — Prisoner of war, 

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Juddha bikrama Martial courage*, valour in 
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Juddha bigraha Battle^ conflict etc. 

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Juddha bijfiana ea^T $91!% &ai ©qQ|<3— 
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. q© Ql^ I " military science or art. 

q$ 9©1f«q— 9- 9— G3Q WilOJ^GQ q^^9tl Sal 

Juddha bidySlSya Qdgj<i_A school or 

college for military training. 

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Juddha bibhaga The military department. 
[ q»— ajj©9 q9 Q^qq «e©9q€»^ Q0^|« 
a§ I oa| — g© eSfii 9qj« —The Army 

department, 
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Admirality. 
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C99I g5©*i Qqcj — Tbe Volunteer depart- 
ment. 
€W 9a<9IQ9l 9St«l— T ^e Supply or 
Commissariat department, 
g3gw grGJ©©! 1 ?! 9^«— The recruiting 

department. 
0^j> 9Q© — The Engineering department, 
*l% 6 QI%9Q9I ^gg— The Ammunition 

department. 
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Juddha birati Judda nib|utti ( See ) 

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2. Juddha kusala ( See ) 
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9©!G fl©l— 2. A route*" m \ (^sfl ©©) 

a$^©"3©«i© 6e)$iI©Cr — 3. The breaking 

of the enemy's lines or ranks. 

0^ ^fl— 3.9,— (jqj ©©)— 0^$ g§s;q<s $q— 

Juddha bhUmi Battle-field; seat of war # 

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[a $> 9Q| — £IJ with a rage for fighting; in the 

rage of battle. 

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Juddha mada a © ©Q©| 9IQ €9lQlfll0? fl©6© 
©q9l ©31— Martial furyj intoxication 

of battle. 

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Juddha magiba a$4© ©Q©|— To challenge a 
person to fight; to challenge a person 
to come forward to fight with the 

challenger. 

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Juddha mSrga 1, Military stratagems or 
tactics^ manoeuvres (Apte). j\ (Q9©) 
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a path/ • 1 eMflqef «©©n© 9 9 
^.9 €J9|fl — 3. Recourse to war for 
gaining one's aims. 

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Juddha bisrsma JuddhSbhyantara bisr5m a 

(See) 

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Juddha bira €0)^1—1. A valiant hero or 

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heroism arising out of military prowesj 
the sentiment ot chivalrous heroism, 

(Apte) 

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Juddha mukha a^Q Q$«il» £3©l Gfltfl— The 

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of battle} the brunt of fight. 

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Juddha Jantra Machines of war; warlike 

machines* 

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Juddha jatra ©^91 q|q ©|91Q©| — A military 

expedition^ a marching out to fight; a 

battle-march, 

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Juddha jatri ^[©| — Marching in battle array; 

expeditionary. 

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Juddha jana Vehicles used in war, 

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Juddha ranga 1. Actual fight; the revelry of 

battle. } 1 ( ©$«£ ) GQ©G30|QQ; 

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the leader of the divine hosts. •> \ 

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Juddha ratba War chariots^ vehioles used by 

warriors while fighting* 

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Juddha riti The mode or manner of fighting. 
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1. Engaged in fighting. [ q - g|©^© • 

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Juddha siksha Training for war> military 

training. 

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Juddba sukrabara tructive war.. 


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Juddha samba(mba)da News of war} war news. 

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Juddha sachiba War-minister^ the minister 

for war. 

qp g$,_ *. 9.— (9. 9. GQ;)— *, I Qtififtl; tokhg 

Juddha sajja C9G3<a»— 1. The accoutrements 

or equipments for battle; a warrior's 

drees. j | 9$. gig — 2. Armour. • \ 

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G99I— 3.. Preparations for a battle, v 

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Battle-array. 

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Juddha sSdhana q|&_The sinews of \var3 
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storeflj arms and ammunition. 

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JuddhasSra QQ\$ty afl, — Horse. 

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Juddha hasti aiq e>Gejl©9 93I— War elephantsj 
elephants employed or utilized for 
purposes of war. 
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Juddha(ddhi) Joddha (See; 

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JaddhakSnksha A desire for war. 

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JttddhSkSttksh* Desirious of war. 

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q$^dh— *. 9 (a. a. gq)— a 9994 &N3991 q%— 
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JuddhSjfba G|$|Q)— t 1 esaiQI— 1. Warrior. 
9 I Gif 9i%69 91991 Q9I9 ©Q9I Qt^ — 
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soldier. 

Juddhauusandhana G<3tl© $6*91 — The seeking 
(a^iGOSS — a©"^a) of occasions for making 

War. 

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Juddhanusandhani G«||©e«<J — Seeking occa- 
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tion of hostilities. > | (a. a. GQ; Q Q 

6WI 8IS? qeaici — 2^ An occasion for 

war. 

a*$iQdiG -9°. © (0^1 00)— t 1 a«e^— 1. The 

JuddhabasSna cessation of hostilities ?\ g qq 
Ga*a— 2. The end of fighting. 

a«l€l©l«— S\ 9— S^IWSI (GQ«l) 

Juddhabhilasha Juddhakankeha (See) 

Qei^ai^l — 9'' M. q.°— fl^lOlfffll (W«) — 
Juddhabhilashi Juddhakankshi. (See) 

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Juddhabhyantara bisra(ra)ma GQ<5| Qflffl — A 
truce; a temporary cessation ef hostilities. 
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Juddhabhyasa for war. J \ tfl^ia Q^IQ a Q- 
QQsl S®l — 2. Training given by means 
ot mock fighting; manoeuvres. 
SQIGqiOG— «°. 9 («!.■- G<3)-Ha« QIC* QQ^ 6 
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parations; preparations for war. 

Juddharambha The beginning of battle* the 
commencement of hostilities. 

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Juddhartha(rtbe) For the purpose of war. 

^ Juddhajthi Juddhaklnkshl. (See) 

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Juddhechchha Juddhakanksha ( See ) 

Juddhodyata Ready to fight, 

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QI9— Name of a brother of Rabana, 

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«Q9I; 9°9IQ £>§9i — 3. To elay. 

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G«GQ$Sr $Q— 1. The maternal uncle"of 
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a son of Krushna 


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■flower. 

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deception. 99 ie^l^—27. Logician. 
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4R0IQ 91 9fl£j— 30. Time of prosperity 
a fortunate time5 a happy conjunction. 

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particular conjunctions of the planets 
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logy.; derivation of tbe meaning of 
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tor of truth or confidence (Apte), 69) 

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gr rai^i QQfi%aaiQ<s1 GaiQSisji— 

Goddess Jogamaya who assumed the 
form of a child and took birth from th c 
womb of Jasoda" just when 8rikrushna 
was born from Debaki # [9 — 69QQ1 ©Gffl 

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jogakariba QQ91 — 1. To add up more than 

C*lffi ^t StT «R3C*ir one number. 5 | eofag 

Wl«f Q6CT «Q* 09iei £ 9a|Q9l — 2. To join 

or mix up a thing with another. • . 

€9ta@ Q1§ qr SGGT QCTGQ 9«9I— 3. To 

collaborate with another, v I Q9«tSI 9I 


GO^I OQQI; 3§ QQ9I; q^GOa 9Q9I — 
4. To endeavour; to try* to exert. 

*I9Q 91 9fl9,tf 9Q9I— 5. To call or pray 

to a person to do a thing. ? \ qq\q aw>) 

6. To be engaged in meditation or 

spiritual communion with God- 

Jogakaraka 2. Fortunate^ lucky, 

5 I G3 $Q\Q 94—2. Causing union. 
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• I qGrWGfl— 3. A s luck would have it; 
v t lG9l«l$Cfl— 4. Fortunately; luckly* 

* I G<?Q!©— 5, Accidentailyj by chance* 
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Joga kshema QgQ qq ^ qq^ 9gQ q^ JL 
1. Acquisition of a thing which had not 
been got and preservation of a thing 
which has been acquired, ^ [ q^qq 
S % © 6 ai»9j 41991 @^I9— 2. The act of 
preserving and maintaining the body ; 
livelihood; the eking out of one's 
subsistence; living and maintenance. 
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of any property; Custody v| (^ ©©) aw . 
3$J^Q QSI— 4, Preservation of property. 
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care of another's property as a custo- 
dian. 9 1 $Q9 Q|fl 6 3© C ««9Q ^G90fi>IQ 
aejs 99^9 aQm ©«&IQ^| — 6. Settling the 
price of a commodity in consideration 
of its purchase-price and the incidental 
charges. 9 I Wl; W5 flQIGfl — 

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property as by its nature or incide'ntg 
is incapable of partition amongst heirs, 


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« I q€d; 3S~9- "Wellbeing; welfare. 

VI ©Idl9 8iJ*5 — 10. National prosperity. 

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administration of a kingdom- 

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Jogakshemakara qqj q^Q — !• Custodian of 

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a trustee. 5 I Qsd — 2. Keeper* 

custodian 

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the trusted attendant of Ramachandra. 

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Jogaehtirnna :&©,©[«© S§ ag s 9,§q MO — 

(GQid^d— W|Qa) Magical powderj a powder 

having magical virtues ( Apte ), 

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Jogaja Caused by mixing up many things 

ea|flKH UcnMan' l'eai8o-2 a Resulting 
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or supernatural proximation, [ Q — 

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« I SSiai«tate..Q©.©.atf-*3. Results .arising 
from the practice of austerities . or 

penance. 

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& «§*«#© ^a^Mfi*"!-- Born under 

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The sum total of more than one number. 

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Joganahari Joganahari ( See ) 

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JoganiS(aS) Jogasahari ( See ) 

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Jogani (etc) ( gqgi ) — Jogini etc ( See ) 

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JoganikhiS Joganikhia ( See ) 

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—2, Seasonably; timelyj in the proper 
momen*5 in due season, m \ GfllQGQ — 
3. By virtue of or through Joga. w I 
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QiBldQ gfiGQ— 5. From junction; as a 
result of Joga, 9 | ai'qiGQ — 6. Iu 
accordance with; according to ( Apte ), 
© l ^QQgiQ — 7. By the power of magic 

( Apte ). 

gqiq dig— «. d ( wwi ;—^ i ff^^ g§ «&jsq s[d! 

Joga tar a qi q3 fl^CQ ^dl SJ^ft©?t 91 ^?^a 

(Gi3lQ 01QQI— 8d*l%Q) OIQOI — 1. The leading 

star' of a constellation or sign, [Q-GQQgtl 

«a«CQ gdi.*ea;t ©iqq caw QGq.©J9i 
aQSi^jQ 5x3 1 «a«feK^ 9a«§»d5:ei g«i?<3 
p$6q ?idi q%q oiqf 'cqedl «fl^Q eaio- 
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Gqi*»iq 1. 

qsWL««weqqdi *f qis|%efliici dG^ 
dldi.uoaeiQ Gd«iew- 1. ^.-swgq gqiq 

diq .9<J1 — 'The dog star, iSirius. 

€fl^ QiiGQ GQId dig 6«£«i dltiq'^oiq 
■ dii^i dS^Gd 9$ Qiq-a-fiamali- : Aries 
; - : ; " " Alpha. 

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999 G9IQlG9<ai a^lOiqafil— 2. Stars seen 
together, (Apte). 

€Qt9 9^9— 9. 9 — flM*o©|[© 9© caia <*$~ The 
Joga darsana Joga philosophy propounded 

by PataEjali. 
€fll€l 919— 9.9.--M SQ-jiqw; gas 9l9"(flfi> nif+) 
JogadSna 1. A fraudulent gift, ^| £f<a«i^ GSI3- 
al$Q <3ISl G99I — 2. Initiating a person 
with the doctrines or mysteries of 'Joga 
Sastra'$ communicating the Joga doc- 
trines to a disciple (Apte). * I Gofa? 
OIQIGQ 9965)1091 96*91—3. Joining in a 
work as a colleague; contributing one's 
collaboration to a work. *| Q$Tte 9969 
9IM — 4c Joining a patty of workers, 
G9. 9-— ei ^00 G99I} S99 — 1, Mixing^ 
joining. 5 | «gg Q#es$GQ Qai© 
C99i— 2. Joining or first appearing 
in one's employment or field of action. 
G0I9 919 9€)9I— €9. §- 9£f9l— To join; to co- 
Joga dana kariba z^H C«F«ST %T ^ff operate* 
(£019 6991 — «9Sq9) 

GQia aflV- 9. 9«. q_°. (G9!<a-f atf+QQ 5 wi. vs)— 

jogadharmi Gf3i€H§«t|q91<3— Practising Joga. 
9. 9. ^ — 69|9i (9. «) - An anchorite. 

€ <aic> aiQ«i— 9. 9. (9dl ©9 - 9§ 9«*^9 «waiq— 

Joga dhSrana Perseverance or steady con- 
tinuance in devotion. 

£Q\Q «Mh-*. 9. (9W)— 9$|*Q 49 Q99* (§. Sl)-» 
joga dhara Name of a tributary of the 

Brahmaputra river. 

Gflta uiq— 9. w. g:— gqicisq <*& tiio aq— 

Joga dhari Always engaged in abstract 
(Q3IQ tf.Qtil-- $1) contemplation of the Divinity, 
€9l« 913- 9. 9(#*TOO)--fl9 (f . «)— 
Joga nStha Siba (Apte), 

«na.-aw— «. 9. 4. (8q.q«; 9icn^ 9. wick)— 

Joga nani 3q$i|9Q 9Q9ftlGQ flgroSfl 91 9191$$ 
693IQ G99I QI9QI— (ironical) A girl 
who tries to pass as the leader and ex- 
cel all (Other girls amongst a bevy of 

Tffa^l children. 

€QU9 9199— -9.9— flfll 9G«i 9fl%,98« 691^— 
Joga nSbika A sort of fish; Siluris Ascitta. 


GQia ©51—9. $. ( %09j GQiGi+eQi )— e i gsjiciq© 
Joga nidra Q§9 9S^I$)Q ©$§ %a 9Q|| 9313 — 

1. Distraction of the mind of a person 
engaged in contemplation from the outer 

things (compared to slumber). $ j qg&j 
QQ^j 9l«6Q Q9919QQ ©<$l §9 p*!|Q|Q — 

2. The profound sleep of Bishnu (th e 
Creator and Preserver of the universe) 
during the great dissolution of the 
creation, m \ qq\ qggQ ^©j ^q| ; Q€Iqqi- 
3- Goddess Durga personified in slumber, 

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6 ©QIQ999 aQg^flQ S>9 — 4. A state be- 
tween consciousness and sleep; a state 
o£ half wakefulness and half sleep 
(Apte). + I 9ti$9G9 ^IQQ 9^(9. a) — 
5, The death of a warrior in the battle- 
field. G9. Q~fl<5>l©QI;S3G2— Death; the 
sleep that knows no waking 
GQIGI 9gi§— 9. 9. (G3IC!+3gi + sa§)— Q^ (9.9)— 
Joga nidrSlu Bishnu. 9.9^1— Giai«99IGQ ©9Q- 

Sleeping the Joganidra 
£Q\Q ©QO— 9, Q4. (5>fll 99)— caw 9I«I9GQ 90 — " 
Joga nirata Engaged in deep meditation. 
(G9I9@90I— 9,1) 
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Joga nilaya Siba (Apte) # 

caioa-fli. 9— caiofti ( G9« ) 

Jogam Joginf ( See ) 

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(6ai« 9|9I— aos^a) 9qG|<)— A sort of%loth 
drawnround the back and the hips of 
an ascetic as he squats to practise 
' Joga' or abstract meditation. 
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91913 9SIQQIGS 9Q£I3Q 0$ai<l)— A sheet 

put along the left shoulder and the 
right side of a person engaged in 

'Joga' or abstraot meditation. [ Q— 

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(9- a) ] 

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Joga paduka gq^qcj QI^Qi— Magical shoe or 

sandal (Apte)- 
€QIQ fllQQ— <r.e.£— M UQ (§. Q)— 1. &ba(Apte)- 
Joga paraga j \ §9C3!sfl ft>, a)— 2. A- success- 
(GSJIQaiQSU — qj) ful JogT, 

(SQICiaiQCf, GCHQ fllQCN— «©H%fl) 

€fl!a a1o— g\ 9— Gaiara© (gq«) 

joga pitha jogSsana (See) 

■Cflici Qfid — «. 9 (©i©)— 491*9 q§Q «lflC — 

Joga pha^a The sum or total of more than 

one number, 

£Q\q 9§?©i-e. 9 (fl.a. €o)— aaiaiQgi ogefhi 99— 

Joga barttikS A magical wick (Apte)- 

-GiaiQ ©& — e, $ (a- a t ggu gsii9+9©) — * 1 saia- 

Joga baja Qla999Q aaiaiQtf sg 01 MOI — 

1. Supernatural power or strength 

derived by a person practising tf Joga' 

or abstract meditation. ) I 3IQ91Q? 

■3ft "2, Magical power (Apte). 

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©at 6 ^QGQQfllQ 9g©i ©qqiqqqi m© 
©89G« ( W« $Q% <9IQ 9§l 6 35)3 
<V(Q GQI©l)— Name of a Sanscrit work 
on the Bedftnta Philosophy, £q — -C^Q 

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GSI©QW— ».© (Gaia+9© *(§+©$.«)— si «©9iq 6 
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9g-l. The two letters ° (na) and g (aspi- 
rate h). [% — 'sKeWl^ «9 m <J$ «dfe^ 
3^18 9<n] ' I -4© Q9i a€« ^Oi q§© 

9©Q C5»€R €J9 <5Q<«Q OIQI €g« Ql« 9Q9IQ 
q^l— (96Q^« qjQ*iqe) )— 2. The power of 
curing many diseases possessed by an 
article when mixed with others* 

eaiewg— e. w (gqici+^9. mstf^S- Q% ^ffl- 

Jogabahj to)— ©aiagiq 09Q«1» — Carrying or 

GGWIgGI — ^1 ) conveying by 'joga' Q— 

tl9)3UieQ5MQ fla9^1 Q8IQI9 PG«<35 

96CT ?aiQ6Q ^9 Stea G«lOOGaiSi^ ^<3, 
99! ?1^ — 1. A menstruum or medium 
for mixing medicines to make them 
eatablej e. g. honey. ) \ g|Q QG«<3; die 
«IQ — 2. Alkali, m \ qiqq* g|q — 

3. Mercury, 
eaiGQI^-qr. Q — ^ I QIQQi Qiq — 1. Mercury. 
Jogabahya y \ fl|Q — 2 Alkali. 

GaiQ ©^q— s. 9— (a. a. gq) $a 91 Q©iQ6!igiq 

Jogabikraya 9^[; OlMffl^ WI3 {». Ht^*-) — 
(GQICiQ^l— e9«» 9 %9) A fraudulent sale. 

€Qio©o(b)— 9.M .1- (Gflia+^ai^+o^.© H Q. eai. 

Jogabit(d) tQ)— ei GaiQIQiTOW- 1 - Practising 

(GaiQ^-^1) 'joga*. ^ I GQiaaiW— 2. Well 

conversant with the rules of Joga. * 1 

QIQCTfl— 3. Skilful (Apte). v \ Q§Q— 

4. Clever ( Apte ). 
9.— l ICeiefl; Olafl; 6gidlQMiq1 Q19 — 
1. Ascetic, a practiser of Joga, 51 ai^L 
o«— 2. Magician. • I G9 8MW tf3© 
qqq — 3. A compounder of medicines 
(Apte). * I GQtOQM flOlOdig 9i^ — 
4 A follower of the Joga doctrines. 
* I «fa (©. *.)— 5- Siba (Apte). 

GCHQWICt— «• « ' Wfl «©)— t I tffl ^Q qW*Q^i- 

Joga bibhaga 1. Separation of that which is 

usually combined together (Apte). * \ 

^QW5l©^qa««Qtfl — 2. The separation 

ot the words of a Sntra (Apte) or 


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aphorism * | 94^ q<fr 93 >qg^Q QgfiQ 

9Q3© QQ91— 3, Tbe splitting up of one 

rule into two or more (Apte). 

ecaia «6<ai(GqO a- "*- 9 (otW^ swtf— e 1 («a©) 

Joga bijo(jo)ga fla|«n 6 CffW^i STO©© 6 9t9- 

9©9 — 1. Addition and subtraction. 

t I ?©9 6 9G§9— 2 - Meeting and sepa- 

ration. 

GQigi «9©l-— e, 9 (q©a§f©)— qgeiiss qeier©9 9a§ 

Joga bhabana <Jiq Qa SIQ9 — (Algebra) The 

composition of numbers by the sum of 
their products. (Apte). 
601© «•« - M (*«fl ©©)— GQI«Wia$ •©© — 

Joga bhramsa Slipping from the ways of 

e Joga' or austerities^ 

Gfli© §<% — s. 9s.; q? (*s1 ©©)— GaicisiG\ cp©; €>$ 
joga bhrashta 9GS8 6 S>Ql9$iq G9I« *W© 
(Q|Q©qi — 41) 9€*9I% aqfla — Fallen from the 
path of austerities by obstacles, 

SfliCiaq— ff. ©«— q#© oj— Full of magic. *. 9~ 
Jogamaya %% ($, €1)— B isbnu. 

eoiaqioi— 3.9— v 1 95S (9. a)-^i. Dur g a. 

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woman. 

Gaiciaiqi— $. 9. 0— v 1 <$q\; w«b ( %.aaiwl 

Jogamaya Q«QQ fliqi)— 1. Goddess Durga, 5 I 
^giQQ A q^!— 2. Earthly illusion (perso- 
nified. « I 9»1l9Q9l§Si 9^1 — 3. Name 
of a Goddess presiding at the Bindhya 

hills. "[^_qsi«GQ 9ff© 69iQ«§ esa < 
gees oeaiQiQ ciq% ©^ q^gwq^W «i© 
g§>iq d^i? a»^SQ gwsP?' qo©i«i©Ga 

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qq «§9©i swa <^ 9 GQ afif - WIGQGQ 

a9g|Q 9GR I 3 * I 9$9© 9JS«© AM — 
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* ' ferfl© (j. a)— Auspicious time c/r state of 

J " 'Mtrologiori^'sliiTOflW^'faj^iitartingon 

; .; ;,■:./ w ;■: .^pattie^to* mission. 


%©G0|Ql— *. ©. tf (fl. 9. GQ)-GaifllTO6Q Q39* 
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of practising Jcga. 

GCI»a(€H)Qfif— q». 9 (9$9,1§)— QIQGr (9. a) — 
Joga(g*)ranga Orange (Apte). 

Garcia— sr 9-. (a. a. c<a)— «gq1«9 «§9Ss Qg — 

Jogaratna A magical gem. 

GfllGQ©— ?. 9-e I Gai^GQ §®93 ^Hg — 1. One 

Jogaraja well versed in Joga (Apte). > \ Wfy 
GffGQig Sl*3M QGQ<a— ?• A k ind of medici- 
nal preparation, £ (qi— G9W]© QQ »Q 

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■ g©i^| sift^IGQ G9QQQI ®€i' «iG©9qf»<i 

^aa Q^I<1— (Grammar) (A word) con- 
veying a peculiar sense or conventional 
meaning though etymological ly deno- 
ting many other things. ( aai — 9^9=^ 
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Togarur4hi mar) A "word conveying a parti- 
cular meaning though etymologically 
denoting many other things, 

60IGI 69^9! — tf\ 9 (fl. a. Gq) — <I9Q9IQ ^Wt^9 

Joga rochana G^a,,01*I^GQ9GQ ^QIQQI 9**g 

^WIQ^G 1 OSQ a^«|H §<3 912191^ 94 — 

A kind of magical ointment said to 

pos&esa the" power of making one inyisi- 

} ' '' hie or invulnerable (Apte), 

GaiQ;€i^— Q°^« .(a.. a. Gd)-c«iq9iq gi5«9; can 

Joga sakti 90— -Tbe power derived by the 

exercise of Joga. 

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£|9$© 96l1© ©Q©) — Works or science cr 

system of Philosophy teaching 'Joga* 

or abstract meditation on the Divine 

Essence. 

6<aici ai9(©)g(3)— g©. © (o©q«)— G»iQQi©a (csa) 

Joga saja(ji)sa(si) ^te Jogasajasa. (See) 

6qiq ei&iQ — 9°. e«. q; ( ^as© ©©ggga )— cswi^ra- 

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(S9IQ9|$l©i — $1) sing tbe system of profound 

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Jogasadhana(na) (©^QiQQ) aoge^i— The prac- 
tising of the ways ior the attainment of 
divine abatractionj the practising of 
abstract meditation, 
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Joga sadhiba t^ffi ll^ft austere meditation 

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Joga sara t€$I<sa- — 1- A panacea for all dig 
eases; a universal remed J \ GGQ €$8|£J 

91 sua© giq a©<a<, ©qqjq aitf cqswyj $« 
(9- €1 ) —2. Means or exercises by 
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healthy. [<^— ^GWG© q^OOH SSCTG© 

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€*ai© w-s.w.g;— (s>9il ©©jGa Gai©sia©G© ^©©ia r i 

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(GQI4 9$|— $|) profound abstraction. 

(G9IQ 9$ — ^) 

G<ai©a$ — s. $— a©&#Q Gsi©©db© %$a« — 

Joga satra The aphGrisms of the Joga 
system of Philosophy attributed to 

Patafijali. 

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Toga seba tice of abstract meditation 

(Apte). 
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Jog5 %rx CTWJ Joga ( See ) 


3. ©. 4. (Old)— fllOWQ «© 94(1 (8. a) — 
Name of a female companion of Slta. 

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joga(ge)iba a©Qi© ©g sfiS 9©IIQ©I — 1. To 

rcNft ^ffir supply. J\ <«©#©) (9919, ©3 «P) 

CTt^t ^e^Tt G©^©^ 3©G© $$G9I© qg GWI-2-To suit 

'TtflOTrlT to the planets of a person's horoscope 

(said of marriage etc. which have to be 

performed if a person's stars are in 

auspicious positions. (asi ~<J §2iq *KHfll 

-> ©@©i» sq Gaidi^ 019 1) * 1 saictf 

WW 3**1, Pit 5**t G9QI— 3. To befit; to be fit 

qtniftar for. (aeii— sjqgwgoq ©a G©GQ' 
g©§ catai<i ©iq* ©, §q caiaw ©i^* i) 

v I ( €©ta§ ©IH<< ©Q9!Ct) Q©© GOT— 4. 

^PU^fcTT To be properjtobe becoming. [3 — q® 
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1CT ^1^| 9IQ9I — 5. To seem fitting^ to accord 
to one's desires. §> \ ^©©Q GWi; ^©©1 — 
0, To suit one's tastes. (Q— Cfl©!QjQ©^ 
©§GQ SteiG©, SB© ©CJl «©Ql ft G9!QI<3 QSfii I 1 

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sa$ G9IQ QG9 6 «@Q 94 Ql@* — 

(physios) Cohesion. 

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joganga caieigiaoia a9«i© aQ Gai? Qai^ 

(aai— afl, ©sja, «ns©, swiqw, g©^!^!©, 

ap, al©^i 6 991*1 (8. «) — Tbe 8 means 

of attaining Joga (Apte). 

G01GHQQS1— ^*. ^ {9$ ©©)— GQIfl ^ia© ( G©« ) 
Jogacharana Jog a sadhana ( See ) 

GdlQI^Q— ^"- ©— ^ I G3I© Sl*to ( GQ« )— 1. Joga 
Jogachara sadbana ( See ) 5 1 G©I$ 8^©- 
©0^*3—2, A sect of Buddhist philoso- 
phers. <n 1 6©fo ©«©© fl© ©6«l^— 3. A 
doctrine ol Buddhist philosophy. 

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philosophy (Apte). > I QG q|q &3Q — 

2. A teacher of magic (Apte). 

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Joganjana 3. Joga rochana (See) .JJ GQQ- 

Q\$Q 9«tfl— 2. A healing ointment. • \ 

QfGqfiMSQ «£J9 — 3. An ointment for 

healing eye-diseases. 

GQQI© (QCifc»— cq. § — €©1319 £©m(9 ( GQ<S ) 

Jogarcla (etc) Jogarda etc ( See ) 

GGIQl^Sfl— GQ. © 6 9d~GQM?)2fl ( GQ3 ) 
Joglrdia sjgfasrc JogarcHa ( See ) 

G0IQI99I— 6Q, 5— GOTI©S| ( G9«l ) 

JogStdibs Jogardiba ( See ) 

l»jfar ^TrfT, srsi sRtsn cefMT® *?i 

G0IG1IS— GQ. Q. (3°. G0l©g) — C3IQIQP1-- 

Jogana c*HMfa ^tfJT Supplying 

JOgSdhamana £Q q^q QaflQI S®Q (flSJ^rK^*) 
— A fraudulent pledge (Apte). 
G<aiaicJ-GQ. m. ( 9°. Gsiaiqa© )— gsigi^qq; 
Jogadhi eai«l%© — Engaged in deep medi- 

tation, [q— q*q eaiam q§«,' ©191% « 
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jogantaraya g^lQQ aoshiQ GQI9 — Idleness 

etc which act aa hindrance to the 

exercise of Joga. 
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Jogabalambana Joga sadhana ( See ) 
(GQiGiwqJ— ^ei, gr) 

G0j6ll«^©— *. 9 ( f$ o© )_ GfllQfljQ S Q<||g 0Q9( . 
Jogabhyaeana ©qfo^Ga G31Q Slas— Regular 
(CGiatQiig— SfiKqe) practice of 'joga\ 

(GaiOiQital - ^ # qf) 

eoiaiqo— 6Q. s>a— Gaia gq^tfj gqisi^q©- 
Jogambara Immersed in meditation. 

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GOlQIGSIfl— G9. §) ( «©Qi>J )— CQIQiGSIQ ( qq® ) 
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Jogasadhana ( See ) 
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JogaruT^ha Engaged in deep meditation. 
(Gsiiaiqpi— %0) ^ $— ( qIoi ) swispi ©g©& q 
GS3iei1— An ascetic who has extinguish- 
ed all desires and passions. 

G0IQI3Q— e. $ ( fl. a. GQ; ©tfaisq )— ©aiogiaQief 

Jogasana QgGQClQ; ailOWff; Q^IQQ— A position 

or posture in which a devotee is 

enjoined to sit while practising Joga. 

saieiiglQ— s. 9«s. q° ( s>s1 to)— GQiagiao qiq 

Jogasina GaiQIQQGQ QQQg —Sitting in the 

, ^GQIGllsflOl— ^1) required posture and practi- 
sing 'Joga'. 
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Jogidaada ( §_ q )-R a tan cane. 

60i§@gi— ^. e (^1 ©©^) — Bfij©gi. ©q^ Qiga 

Joginidra siao igt^gl —Light sleepy 

(GQIG©^©— egi. q_°) wakefulness in sleep. 

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joginl GStiagiy^QIQ^il OIQ— A female ascetic 

or devotee^ a female recluse, j | 

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of tjie globe on different lunar days 

[ q j — 5§irf— g©a^ 6 ©©sites awo." 

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planets in the course of a man's 10 
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dess said to preside over battles and 
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of Ashar^ha. r i qj^ Ql^M— 8. 
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9. Sorceress^ a female magician (Apte), 
ko 1 <j)a-f-— 10. Darga (Apte). GQ. 9. — 

1. Cholera (personified), 5 | (gig) 

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■ ^9%9l ^1 — 2. A woman with a fierce 
and haggard iace or deportment. 



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Jogini khaiba a^ G<a>IQ AQ9I— -Succombing 
( 6Sl3QlGQ S9I— ^%9 ) to cholera^ falling a 


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( oaiGSkSIQ— ■ qjl ) a victim to cholera, 

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Jogini chakra QSS>G€i3 (§.a .)— 1. A figure 

drawn by worshippers of the JoginL 

5 I £TQ©es>S|©^Q Q99€3^ 39 % GSJI§QlQr 

9Ctf) 3>cigq aQg o $<s£j MIQ69 ($. a.) — 

2. An astrological figure indicating 
the points oi the compass occupied by 

the Jogini. 

Jogini pasiba sqq -TOfld QQ9I — (a place) 

^C*Rt ^s^t ^ifiritaT ST%$i Being visited by 

(9WIQ— G©l QGQ. GW aq) cholera. 

jogibesa % The dress of an ascetic. 

Gflial-s. p. q. (esjiQ+a@ atf G Q 91 q^ ai^«=G<aici 

Jogi OQQI + 0(|. Q© % ;6ai3© N , «J| W ) — $. G*}|g 

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practices abstract meditation , . 

%Qp\m — 2. Ascetic, m 1 Qo^Q . gg 

ETOfllSQ aisf © q§ ^ 06Q— 

3. One who practices righteousness for 
its own sake without expecting any 
benefit or result. [ q»— 3^ gg^gfo ^ 

w $rci, ggGQf, w^, qsicjsii, ale©!^ 
siaigqis Q©i W gQ wflffgfc 9,5 gqi5- 
awiQi-Qwsna 1 ] v i W©i«o— 

4 Magiaian; sorcerer. * l"«6$fo© 
STOJ3IQ1 ©Sg— 5, A person having 
supernatural powers. $ \ GQiciQaOQ 

TOQIfll 9i9-§* A follower of the Joga 
system of philosophy. 9 j ejg^*,-. 

'. A name of Jajnabalkya (Apte) r 
T I 9^8, Bishnu (Apte). ( | g^J 

9. 8iba ( Apte ). ,»• I a©'©— 

10. Arjuna (Apte). u j - Sflwo^eOT- 

11. Name of a mixed caste (Apte). 


tf. Q<a— * I G£llciqiaftQIGJ| — 1. Practising 
Joga (Apte). j gag- 9. qg— 

2- Connected with; endowed with (Apte). 
*> I ^Q®IW 0§^9%— 3. Possessing 
magical powers. GQ. 9. 3L°— * I QgOGQ 

(6£l|CSIeM — $|) 1. A beggar caste of Orissa. 

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2. A name given to males # 

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Jogi ghare dhinki ^oiQa^i^ Qg^ Q\ QSQ aiQ^iaiQ^ 

^qai — A saying applied to a casa 

where one expects to find a thing in a 
person's house which the latter doet 
not require an d consequently has nos 

got. [q — G3ia1siso C9IQ9 09 Q aicig 1 
gssis^q $\q qfQiaiq* 2q qqqiq ^< 
«»I8 1 ] 

Jqgl th»la f^i3 «lt^! 1. Beggar's bowl. 

^Q6Q ©3lQ ^0 Q 5 1 ((093 3) Q^ 2q 

(g? 6 GQi<aQ eis?^ a© sg^ 9G?ua«>)~(An 

affectionate te-rm of address to sons 
and supporters) One's support. 

€flidl(ea)5— sr.9.-(s>fll ©c 3 GoiQl+co^Gaw+QO). 

Jogi(ge)ndra ^ igajg GQjfiil Q| fl©— 1^-n eminent 

sage. ^ raWQQS— 2. Sage jajnabajkya 

(Apte). « I eto — 3 God Siba. GQ.Q.££— 

GQ©Q°Q Qlfl— A name given to males. 

jogindra d§nda dhua g|^g 93^9 q«| ?<3 q ] @q 
9I9 — Name of a popular esoteric song 
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Gflidte— e. 9.— ( Gsncil+Qa, 9^ 00 )— 
jogisa eaiQl^Q— (aQiqa) ggigss (gq«i)— 

Jogesa (See) 

G0!q(q*)— gq. «.— (aw) 69935 Q:Q«a%~ 

Jogu(gun) SfOT Because of; owing to» 

«n*&i fo$t (ssiq§,— gisnep) 

60IGa— G<3>. S. — *. v QiQtf^— 1. Owing to. j I 

Joge m$ 9!Q 3 $>9^ — 2. For. * 1 G<fol©- 

3. By chance. *|g$ai a.iQ©|^>— 4. Under 

cover of [aai— sf qe Gsaisa a©i« ai§& 1] 

* I aQRHQa^Q — 5, with the help of. 

e<aie«€i— e. 9. — (?%1 ©©, eaisi+^a) — v 1 gaio 

Jogesa eaici) — 1. An eminent sage. 9 ] £fci- 

GQIG9Q — 2. God Siba. w | 
OltQQi $<§— 3. Sage Jaj5yabalky a . 
v I 5^^ QeaiGM. The city of Brahma. 

* I sn^l — 5. Srlkiusbna. 9 | ^©ISiQ- 

[CQIGCHg, ealCQ^Q— «©iq.9] 6. Magician. 

G9. $. 9!. — GW<? fi»m— A name given 

to males. 

6<aiea3,Ql— s. 9. %1— a 1 30*1—1. Durgs. 5 1 

JogeSwari 9SN GGQfcSfl ^S> — 

" 2. A sort of plant. 

GfllGOq— *, 9.~* i «ta©3 qlQI— 1. Lead (Apte.) 

Tegeahjja j \ <$q. qcri — 2. Tin (Apte) 

eflial (qow)— 'Si. e.— Geiasi qqw (G9<a) 

Jogni (etc) Jogini etc (See) 

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[GaiM— «J] fied. 9 1 q«ref— 2. Able; worthy; 
competent, w j ©qg] — 3. Expert; skilful. 
v I SSI33 Qg—4. Proficient; clever. * 1 
qtffl; q<S9IG— 5. Possessing good quali- 
ties, $ I G3I«19 — 6. Fit for religious 
contemplation. 9 1 s$£ — 7. Pure, r' 
g©«t9 — 8- Freceptiblej cognisable. a \ 
G«l€t OQI aiQ" $0%- 9' Fit to be yoked. 
to 1 Qfifciq. ¥?€) Ifi. a.)— 10. Graceful. 
tV I flIOTiq (9. flO — H. Respectable. 
V i GS3I91 6WIQ Qoqg (9. «)— 12. Fit 
to be joined. £» \ (©ilSjOaO) Q©J^s?IQ 
g^G^CH — 13, (Nyaya philosophy) Ame- 
nable to the sensesj capable of being 
directly cognised ( A pte). Q.~ S. I 

q§«*l Q9-SJ — 1« The 8th lunar mansion, 
o 1 (+en. a)— tosiqgq <a«toi ag.*— 


2, Beasts yoked to carts. « | ©qq — 

3. Sandal. V | 0^© 9GS9 — 4L A kind 
of cake. * 1 q§ ©13© fl$$facf — 5. Name 
of a rare herb, 'f \ [+^©Qtf! 3]— 
€j€l$a©^ €119 [9. €).]— 6 Carj carriages 
vehicle. 9 I ^d- 7. Milk (Apte). 

G<aia«.©l[§]-e, 9.- [ GGI«H+§p, ©1, ,^]— «•' 
Jogyata(twa) QgqgOl— 1 Fitness; appro- 
priateness. ? 1 qssqi —2. Competence^ 
proficiency. * | CQfelQ Olfli 0IQQI QIQ SJQ- 
GS3I9 ©I— 3. Eligibility, v | 14®— 
4, Merit, * | a^ia' flflQQ 9QiQg^G€i 
QldlQ s>g^ — 5, Want of incongruity 
between more than one thing. 9 \ 

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QQISfllQTO 8QiQ«IH!»SQ ©JiftQ 3Q9 (aeg) 

Qfe© © G9GS! QIQIt GQIChOiqg G9S»rQ 
O^IQW ) — °^ ( Nyaya philosophy) Want 
of inconsistency in the senses conveyed 
by the words of a sentence fitness or 
compatibility of sense5 the absence of 
absurdity in the mutual connection of 
the things signified by the words 

( Apte ). [ q>— S3 ©a g«MJKR8" 

«OIGQ QWiQ aWIO^r fl^Sbl ElQgQq^o a^GQ 

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G9Q I ] PI i9©£1— 7. Propriety, r 1 
3I!QeNS>ffll^"8. Usefulness^ necessity. 

GfllOIQI^jaiGQ— 69. 3. W— 9a©WflGQ— 
Jogyatanusare In order of merit 

[oaich^Gs (gsiGa)— ao^a] 
gsign ai^— 3. 9«i ( ®^ai )— ^ 1 Qaq$ aaiQ— 

Jogya patra 1. A fit receptacle. / \ Qa^ 
^s§; gqT«8 ^ 9i q^qi eon QiQ^iafQ 

$aqg Q^^ — 2. A worthy person^ a 

deserviag person. 

Gfllfliqffr— *. ^ ( *^ ) — OWIQQ 91 §©K?Q qM9l^ 
Jogya putra Q| QS^ ^— A- worthy son, 

GQICN O^— ». ^ ( «^*| )— t I Q«9lff QI9— 1. A 
JOgya byakti worthy person. ^ | QOqg 
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C0IMI— *. W. qj- Qsqgl — Fit ( female ). Q— . 

Jogya i | ao«1gQ — 1. Exercise, j \ aq^g 

—2, Practice ( Apte ). [sen — aoeaiaiu 

*H©aia«l I ] * I q&GWCr 8g1— 3. The 

wife of the Sun-god, * | q$ Q^iQ^jg. 

®fy— 4. Martial exercise^ drill (Apte). 

Jocha 3qi— Yoking. [ q— 999 a§ g^iQ 

^ht qq I ] ^ ( QWGQ ) SGQ|©0 

(SO*— Yoked. [ €}— <39i QI9I6Q Gqq 

%9IQ«"«^ 3GQ? eaiq, ^gqis© 6sai9« i 

€diq(GO)O^I— €Q. * (tf. q©<% 8©) — (eai©9l 
TochS(che)iba 3^|Q §QQq.a— The causative 

csiW^r form of jochiba). siffvjiq G9i©9j 

*?rgf!n ^1 Q$jQ$|— To cause to be joked. 

efijiqwi©— w. 9 ( 39QQ as? )— saiwi as oiaS— 

JochSjochi Acts of joking etc. 

efll©«l— GQ. 8 ( ?. q» ai^ ) — t i gqjBQQL q.«©6Q 
Jochiba 9| aiQeQ^eaieo SQSI— 1 To yoke 
(qTOI-p-fl|fliqp) beasts to a cait etc. [$ — 

9Qia C «lGCF 3G9IQ© OQ9I3 G3lfcQ| Q€3Ql 5 
esai^)Q|— 2. To join or unite a thing to 
another. [ gj— q|Q«i$iciaq, §q® q G «a 

eai© 1 q«fs>. wiqs©. qo 1 ] 

Jojaka Q(9i ©gig gsQ— 1. Joining; uniting. 

(G3&QI— $|) ? l 3G£]laQ|QQ-2. Causing union 

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3. Bringing together. r | QaiQgQ 

aqjsoQ^ 6QIOa©|— 4. Yoking. * | GSI©g| 
«W; 9i9giQiq— 5. Arranging. Q— .«. , 

Q< — 1. Peace-tnakerj arbitrator, s \ 

( ^63 IO ) GSISf QQ]| ^QG ^Q 99QQ 

$$aq, *q§ ©SQ— 2- ( Geography ) 

Isthmus. * 1 SQISWI91 $«|g— 3. A 

joiner^ an arranger$ a contriver 

( Apte ). 


GOIQQ— «. Q. ( q© ai$+$p. TO )— ^ 1 gQiQQ/3 
Jojana ■ Gsjiq QqQQI— 1-Act of mixing up. 
'I (+©$.«©) SQfllQI— 2. The Divine Es- 
sence Or Soul pervading the universe. 

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miles [Q— 09IQ a90 €l €!P ©«3, q« i] 
v l (+Q9. tg©) eai€)9l ©^—4. Poking. 
*l €S3I§»QI «^— 5. Act of joining.; linking. 
9\ Q*Qg\ QQQI5 Gai«|©— 6. Arrangement, 
P\ AOlQQl-7- Exciting; instigating 
(Apte), r I QIQnQ si<3£[-8. Grammatical 
constructionj constructing the sense of 
a passage (Apte), el 6QIQ— 9- Concentra. 
tion of the mindj abstraction (Apte). 
** I q^lQQ QOO— 10. Constructingj 
erecting (a house) (Apte). **.!( +©#.a») 
9S ; fllfl*-- 11. Road; way (Apte). O 1 
(G?Q«) ( +S|9. TO) GQ^I; gq§— 
12, Exertion; effort (Apte). 

Jojana gandh a g^l^O ^<1 €H9lOIG^ — M ©5^3—- 

(eaiQoa^oi— «OHq.a) 1. Musk. j 1 ql©i— 
2. afts. * 1 wiq GQ^or oioi; aaiW3 

alQQOtfil g©19Sl — 3. Name of a fish- 
girl who was ravished by sage 
Parasara and gave birth to sage'Byasa, 

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* I %€>© q§sr Q§>1, 9«u9«r 9Q$1 6 

qpJGaffft ©?©1 ( WflOO )— 4. Name 
of the wife of sage Ruchika. [q — 

« sa^jQ *€"l6Q9tf ©Q©| SGQ qg<3IQ Q9- 

^ GQIOTOQ ©13 G«7S«— (®«0^) I ] 

GOieOQ^I ~S. 9— 5i«fli; fl«j»© - The Indian 
Jojanaparnni madder$ Lawsonia Inermis; 
(G0I9OT» 91, 6ai©O9*l-0©1§,9) Rubia Cordi- 

folia„ 

•G01Q9I— 3, 9 (qp. a|^-f q9.3© + »)— ^ | GQ|©^|— 

JojanS 1. Yoking, } \ cai§9l— 2. Joining, m \ 

G9IQIQ9I — 3. Act of supplying articles. 

v I <©I^Q 9g% <]Q$ QqQ©t 3 GdlQ 

9qQ91— 4, Act of uniting things. * I 

gei|0_5. Adding up. 9 \ (GQfag 9^6Q) 

§Q!9© ^aj^— 6. Scheme; project, 9 | 

aGW9$ ;G3IQ— 7. Union, r | ^q'— 

8, Connection, e I ( ©TOQtf ) qiq,q 

BGft — 9. Grammatical construction. 


^° I ©i©ai> ©GQI99— 10. Arrangement^ 
'disposition. ^9. 9— ttdlffl qh©g|— Plan; 

ficneme. 
Gai9©9— «T. Q€ (G3I9Q+Q©)— (a©i d>«ni9!09 99 
Jojanika aGQ q^ aai— 9G9I99© )— <G© 
(©3l99i— «Qiqp) GCJI9© -5Q9I ^S%— 

Measuring so many Jojanas (Apte). 

G«l9©ff^l— G9. 9tf (^. G3IB© 9119)— ©^Q9«lial 
Jojaniphata (^€1^) — Spreading far and wide 
'Hi^W ^ftp^ f ^T^TZ^r^ ^ fw fct (bad odour ) a 

G0I9© €flf©l— ©9. 9-9^9 90^ 95b 9}Q €991 — 
Jojani phatiba The spread of bad odour to a 
5TT^±ni 4f^ C^ ^6^1 great distance. 

G0i©«K} r *. ^— ( q© ai^. it©, G g|© ai^+©l 

Jojaniya siQiq)— e I eaiaiQ9i9^e€9lfl1— 1. Fit 
to be supplied, j I 49S»l99rflq— 2. To 
be joined or united- * | <©^ qqg S9©!Q 
691^—3. Fit to be brought together. 
v I 9i99l9\; gG^le^; 9191% «i fl '*9 
fi^ai salQ aiGQ— 4. Necessary^ usefulj ser- 
viceable, 
G0l©q©l-e. 9«31. V (qj?-ai% 8o+9«i.O, Vfll.19) — 
Jojayita v I SGf3ia©|Q© 5 ca GQIG^— 1. Combi- 
(6919^1— <J aing} causing unions joining. 
J I 919^69 ^«IQ9t (^?f§) —2. Employing. 
•«T. 9. V— 913169 9^§9lg 9^ flIIQQ — 
An employer (Apte), 

G9f©0— 3. 9$ (q.© # ai%. if©, eei|©. H|%+otf. ©) — 
Jojita t 1 qg— 1. Joined. > | G«lia ©qO!Q^9l^ 
2* Caused to be j oined, • I 92© — 3, 
Mixed up. v I Miq.G9IQg9|— 4. Yoked. 
+ I ?©©— 5, Caused to be united. 9 1 
5>£jq ©— 6. Eegulated. 9 \ q©®_ 

7. Composed: constructed. 
€Gll€>9l— G9. $ (q$>. ^3©, CQI9. a;^)— ^ | ^ 
Jojiba 0^91— 1. To join [Q— ©g^ G9 Q|g£© 
at^SlW) ^* €31^9 ^©9 I Qfym 999JQ©, 1 ] 
WfcW 5H ^ I G9I09I— 2. To yoke. 
[63191 (G9)CJ9I— S©9%aJ 

€ d©*1— 3.j?S1. (a©. a;%+95j. 0)— G3l9fl^ (G9«() 
fojya Jojaniya (See). g«. 9d i (Q<g©)_g?s,g QlQ 
GfillQt]^-!!*!!©) — (arithmetic) (numbers - 

To hie added up. 


ea& 


( *nr ) 


' Gflf^W 


G«l^(*) (Q©ile)-G©l^(*) (TOW) fe<W) 

Jot(ta) (etc) Jot.fta) (etc) (See), 

G01&©— 9'. $$l— (q$. 81^ 3q+©$. tao)— £ I 63 

TotsJca qt IQ 0<3 gag— ^Negotiating, J I Ga 

sTffil© 9<1 — 2. Bringing about an union. 

S_v | ( + q* al^+q*. a© ) 

g© w _l. An union. } | QQQ^tQ- 

©l©©GQ £>9©S#I9Q a<?g©GQ »OQ6QI — 
2. The favorable positions of stars 
and planets in the horoscopes of the 
bridgroom and the bride * | qgisfl — 3 A 
bawd v | QtQ; WIMOTGQ flwa^*!^ — 
4j. Match maker. » | qqq-4 
Commission agent, 

•€flft«-W. 9—SWW (G©«l ) 

Jotana Jotana (See) 

60ltl (QOlW)— G©. © 6 ©S — GOI&I Q01I0 (G9«l) 
jota (etc) Jota etc (See) 

G<ai$i(Gfc)©©i -gq. « - 6©isiqqi (roe) 

Jo*a(te)iba Jotaiba (See) 

ea**oi— 6Q.« k («r. qpai^qj ai$)— «. i ©t©i (gqs) 
Jotiba I. Ju^iba (See) ^ | (^. q$ ai% So 
^tcRT Goit ai%, 3© a% §© esji© ai$) Gsaiesi 

(G91fci(G$)Q<?l— £!©$ %B) (GQ«)— Jacbiba (See) 
[$— <*9I ©9 €119 ^GS q« $31$, $$6Q 
AM? GQ«IQ W^f— «J4«^« S3l§iGS>. 
W I ] * I Q89IGQ 9S$Q GWt; 

99©S G9QI— 8. To be found equal in 
comparison to tally with. 

G0I® (Q©«)-6Q. 9- 4 W.--6ei9 TOW (««) 
Jcrda (etc) Jorda etc (See) 

£0(91 ITOW)— €Q. ©. 6 M.— 60191 QOIIQ (W«i) 
Jogla (etc) Jorcla etc (See) 

G<ai@l(G@)Q— G9. 9. 6 W.~ GSI^IQ (G©«l) 
Jorcla(ide)i Jcrdai (See) 

G0I9IG13® — ©Q. 9 — ^^O «GQ«l) 

Jor^aikuii Durakuji (See) 

60.91^1— SIW («KV«a) §< fr GS1©©)-- <. I QSIQ ©1 
Joidana Q6IQQ Q|£>© — 1- Stone or brick xnason- 

CB?t®l ry. ^ I aijj€»6Q QQIQiQQQI <£Q? QS! ©| 

^te^T aa©© 9£GQ §191 alt — 2. The crevice 

between two pieces of bricks or stones 

set in a masonry work, m | ©3l©©3 GQl« 

©QQ©I — 3. Act of uniting. 


Gfl'9 (©aw)— G9. § & W— 601^ QSW© (G©«) — 
Jorgi (etc) Jorjli etc (See) — gie© (©l*»q_Q) ©18- 

9i£$9 — Cattle pound, 

Cfli^a— aiw (9°9$fl) 9— ©io>-aiacii©iq — 

JordiS ' Water channel* 

$?i^<](©)— 6©. ©a 6 9 (*Ki>qa©)— *. 1 <j©gi§ — 

Jordie(ka) 1. Two pieces, [q— 69'9« f^Cll GQQ 

«WSl(f%) QG© 2l$© f |G© I 9§§°9. WIQQG 

q^atef W I ] 9 I 99 ©fl— 2. Two (persons)^ 

[Q— ©^f qa ^a Gsai9<i el© G<5>q 1 ^9°^ 

WiqQ©* «JQ I ] * I CTM6Q qO$— 3. Two 
sil^T in number, v \ <^Qf gi^—^. Two only. 

[oai^K©)— «iwiQqa c g ^a] [ ^— GaiQi qqq \ 

QfiTI© QQg <a G3l§j©— ©a 1 ] 
G0!§>QQ— QIG9 (Qttlfl) Q— Qlg9!Qg; a^G9R — 
Jordi ghara Cattle -pound. 

gqi© aw— sq. 9— ei§Q-aiq (gq«) 

Jor^i pala c«rt5T*tt»n jaunii pala (See) 

Gfll© 980Q!— GO. Q~ ©9QIQQQ QJ fl9l»QQQ g©l Q| 
jor^i piada oioq g© ©Q©€i qj3$Q gQaiQO ©9^ 
c«rr^t datwi ©^iQ aqoG^ ao;Q(?i 9Q ©til ©aqU— 

^t^t q^f^r Double peons deputed bj Zemindars 

or creditors to their tenants or 

debtors to impress the urgency of 

the demand upon the latters* minds, 

Gflief ©I— G9'. Q (3°. qs>, q^ a '^) — G©l*©l (G9«)— 
Jor^iba c^t^t ^flfr Jordiba (See) 

[G3i©l(G9)Q©l— 8©$%?] 
L€GI©lfl(€*)9l, G3l^ G9QI— ©d©ioiq.fi] 

€©i® QTO— GQ. 9—*. i saiQQ 09©5 0Qm QO©IG© 
Jor^ijamaka atQ* 6 Qlg flfl©qg 9^— 1. A 
Cer^l ^^ po*?m alliterated in the beginning 
^^ *m^ and at the end- j I sflQ'i 6 Sl^'Slfl© — 
2. Double alliteration, * | oq§ q<^€1 QgQ 
<©^I9§Q — 3. Symmetrical arrange- 
ment ot two similar things. $61 — (*S[£lf 

9999^) <©4fi9a © Gaiq eai^gg— -(two 

things) Symmetrically or artistically 

arranged in a pait^ 

€<ai@QQ— sq. $ (©8a «)— Gdl©Q ^PiaqcG© 

jordiradi a«igQl ai©* «!§<J %ai ©IQ ^Q gg q@| 

C*ft?t*lUfe 69IQ ©^Si ©qaiQ^i fl9 — A ring 

5?t€t3igat made by twining two strings or 

coils ol wire for putting on the toes. 


G3I&WIIQ 


( 9T9t ) 


G3ia qq 


eoiOQHqi©— a', 93. g^ (qa^- ai§+Q9s«t©9iQ ace. 

Jotsyamana qHfllft)— q$ OQQIt^ Qqcaial — 

(GaiWSIOI— 41) Ready to fight, about to 

fight* 

6019 (q©i|9)— G9. .9— eel© Q©il9 (G9«) 

Jota (etc) Jofca etc (See) 

eCTOQ— gi. 9-GOIOQ (GQ«) 

Jotara Jotara (See) 

63191 (QQ1l9)-€9- 9— &(G3l)fcl QM9 (G9«> 

Jot5 (etc) Ju(jo)t5etc (See) 

Gai©i(Ga)Q9i— 69. $ — g«©iq9i (G9s) 

Jot«(te)ibiS Jotaiba (See) 

eaiO— QL 9.— (ST. 69ilQ8)— GCPIQI (69<a) 

Joti Jyotib (See) 

G0|®9I— G9. S*— GCIQ9I '693* 

Jotiba Jotiba (See) 

Gfll^S— 9* 9— <. ( QQflia— 1. A measure in general. 

Jotufc j \ gQ^Q^i — 2* CIeaning3 purifying. 

caw— q°,© (q,ai%«*Gaia QQ9I+9Q3, 91 q^. ai$ + 

jotra qqg $>-^ ( cg( Q q£$£. qo>» QQ9—I. -4 

[631%— a<wq,a ] rope used for tying the shaft 

or beam of a plough to the yoke. 3iq_eil«- 

2. Yoke, m \ qftQ— 3, Riches, G§£®. $ — 

6019 Q©1!9 (699)— Jotra etc (See) 

sai^i— *». 9<& 9>-(^ aj$«q$ OTOI+04* *=* 

Joddha GQI^3 tfll.tQ)— 1| q$Q|q— 1, Combat- 

[6fll§1— 41] ing 5 fighting; engaged in fight, > | 

QtfKJQQ — 2, Skilled in the art of war. 

© — \\ q.<$9l<g 9i§*-l» Combatant; war- 
rior. > 1 G3©Q — 2. A soldier, * I $3$a& 

9195 Q1Q— 3. A hero. 69. 9— « I CH9Q1 
9«i^— -1 . A brave person, 5 ] $qqi© 
qh§— -2. A strong person, [<§ — a9H q$> 
3GSF SS1S S<?6R f e9l^%9 Q69 3 9211 — 

GSIQGa, ©3l©S9a I ] 
6QI9 GW— Sl\ 9— 69I9I3IGQ— A collection of war- 
Joddhrugana riorS5 a number of combatants, 
[eai® 9cf, eaw 4 §Q, cai^«5j9— a©i%,a] 
eaw^aa-sr. 9— gC©«— 

Joddhxujana A soldier. 

[eai«g§ga, eai^9t§ — aoiqs] 


eai9 oi«— e. 9.' (?qp 00) — q»a|:9is-99o 910- 

Jodhiu j£ti A nation of warriors^ a martial 

tribe. 
€019 9G>— S # 9. (?$ «©) — GSM9Q— 

Jodhxupati A generalj a commander. 


Saw 6Q«— S. 9. (f$ O^-^IQ G9«5 6%9 qgW 
Jodhru besa a§$9— Military dresF 4 

caifti— «r. 9. ( q$i ai^+Qcg. a ) — 1 1 gqisi— 

Jodha 1. Warrior; soldier, j? I (+Q9.S) q$ 

—2. Fight; war) battle. 
saius— *. 9*. q» (q$» 1113+0$. ao) — 

Jodboka 6<3|Q|. §0|§— Warriorj soldier, 

6318 ttfl— 3. 9. ( 9^1 ©c )— «. I G"3©9Q a§9i— 
Jodha dharma 1. The duty of a soldier. j'\ q© 

SBQC>— 2. Military law. 

6a a»— e. 9. (qa^is+qs. ««>)— t 1 q^ Q991— 

Jodhana 2. Fighting, 5 I (+«K§. afl) 691^!- 

(G9ia«I^— 9^l) 2. Warrior^ combats nt. *> | 
(-fQQd.aff) q.91%— 3. A weapon of war. 
ecilfcl qQ— G9. 9. (OW)— qs^ioiQ. Gsai^gqq g©i. 
Jodhapura 9GS < 3 ; ciiqoiq^ g©i— Name of a 
FTte<$3 ^*3* State of Rajputana. 

[3— *wi qegoi«»iQ q©iflic>qr awcq 9?^fl 

9©i I <%& GS^ffffi *5> 9CNQ 9a fl|Q« t 

^0 q© tt Q si^gi'g fl^flq ae^ 1 <igQ 9s^i8s> 
dfliGQ siq9© ag'dflioi s9a a 1 < qQi 6 

€>^qLQ QO^ flSJGQ QQ^IS^ WIQ99 avg © I 

< g©-«GQ ?|9l aoi fit 59^ dai s^j flqai<i 1 

a»9lQfi! Gal«<l W^9I9IQ^9I 5^ll 9<01 < 
- ^9<» ?laiGQ 9919©! 1 <3 Qfi^GQ §^Q 9Q9|fl 
aQ a% l G^GQ 9$«^Q Qsiqi^ g^iiq 
GapGQ ©o a©i§} ( < qe^9 gaio stor q^q, 
Q9 6 Qi«g l 4 qshq a^9Q ^n^a 
qgoiq qago a^gj 1 qq©q q^s 91991^ 

Qq^9l fllQ9lQlfl|GO <3 Q01Q a^9|gl a^gj 1 

< qa%Q g»alffl eaiag_Q 1 <i^i mt <] gialg 
get 1 aifiHi^oQ a^g geoi9 qei g9i9n^ 
9iq < g© 4 * 9i99 sciqIgq g©C© wiooai 1 

d e*#>v GQ Ggiei^gg^ ^999 .491^ 9^ 
QQClU© G9Q I <OIG£J 9,19 gQOlQQQ 06^1 

<Ge^ 9i cqSg©« x aiagj 1 ] 

GQI6J QBQ— e. 9. qf (5>fll ©©)— ^ ! gal9 9QI9I — 1. A 
Jodha bira chief warrior, 5 I G*3!$> 9QQ 
(GQia ^^tS— aos^,8) Gff^l— 2. A leader of war- 
riors or soldiers* 
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■iiil ii— niiiiii 1 1 "i • nrn»MM iTtii MfiiiT-Uffirii i^iiummi Juiifiiia i ii » 


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( 9fro ) 


Gais> wi« 


Jodhayan aqg» q$ oq^QQI — Fightings engag- 
(Oawg^l— 4) ed in fight- 

Jodha samraba g§fj 39© qp^si^lQ— A. Iautua * 
call to fight by warriors; the chal- 
lenge of combatants. 
G0MI— GQ. S. ( 3. GGI@l> GSia ) -€. I GaiSI— 
Jodha 1. Warrior; combatant, [q— QQ«g 
^ $&\ <J TO Q€l 96>lQ GOiai aQ $$& I QIQ04. 
9Q<? Q9^|«| l] -M flQ £L%«— 2. A hero- 
« I QQ^IO v Vi^ — 3, A strong person- 
v I GG©I Qi§ — 4. A leader. * I Q$GQQ4 
flfclCQ 40910 Q*g 5 GQICh Qs§— 5, An ex- 
cellent or worthy person. §61 — £ I QIQOI- 
q4 — 1. Heroic, 9 | 9§2i— 2 # Strong. • • 
€ffl«*3 qjgil — 3. Worthy, 

€OIMiaiQ— 9 P . 9. (^1 ©©)— G90I ©9IS— 
JodhagSra Barrack (Apte). 

€flWl— S. 9. 1* ( qa ai$+Q<§. 0% «II. ^Q ) — 
Jodhi *. l GW5I— 1. Warrior; combatant. J I 

69)211 (G9«l) —Jodha (See) 
G<ai6wq— *•. 9. q? (caia+flGa. «^)— gsm— 
Jodheya Warrior; combatant 

G«3 »©— ST. €>. (SIQGGQ %«I9Q; W glPSQ *©ai) — 
Jonala ©tag 6*961) — Juara (See) 

Ml ©(g) — q». 9. (q. ai§=*6aici qoti+q<$. ^ +0) — 
Joni(ni) e. I tJeQTO© *J; QGI — 1. Vagina; the 

933 eidGQ Wi tf. vulvaj the female organ 

§£>€IQ — aa, saQ, of generation. ^ I QIQSIj 

ma, agQQei, aQIOI £9^—2. Cause; origin- 
€09, $ag, WSQfl, «' i Qq§ S«-3. The 
W9* 9®, QQQ Mia, place of origin; sourcej 
Q&$, W, ©QQfif^ spring. [q—s^ai^q 

^99/SSq?, QQW9» WfiW GW^f© 6§!Q 
QQifi), «qGr> <*3iew©, agj eg gaiQ>* waiGQ 


QgeiiQ, <apg» 


«Wj8W J° QSj ^9 t.e fij9> 


Qal.e* rs, a^L ^o RS> fl©«i v sw, 3^ 


Gfll§ rv qg ^9 e ^|^ a|^Q Qq® 1 «hq ^1j^ 

egi© g^oi^ g^ 6 -gw— e. a] v > «»- 

Q«Q fllQ 6I«J§ Q€]6) 310— 4. The passage 
through which animals are born. 
* I M— 5. Water, ? I 6Q?«fl «flQ^Q€Q 

qiq gi^jlgioq? ^»qa, »iq 01 w ( Q. -a. )— 

6. Species ofanimals.9 | €jg^Q ©IQ^i 
— 7. Generating cause (Apte). r | $$$ 
eiOQ (@. 9)— 8. Mine. $ | aaiQ— 9. 
Seatjrepositoryj receptacle (Apte )a« I 
«a^i9— 10. Home) abode (Apte). vm ^9- 
©69 ®^§© — ll.Form of animal existence 

(Apte). (aai— aial©3» 9€j©QGQ q«l- 
Gsai©Qi9?<D ^^ i awifi^lfli ass— 
12. The 11th asterism ( Apte ). t.* l 
a$8QQ€l (8- €1 )-" 13 - Heart ( Apte ). 
%js 1 oq*; aq'aq ( 9, «i )— 14. Womb^ 

uterus ( Apte ), 1+ 1 gq ( 9. 3 )— 

15. Birth, 

G<ai© 9®— *\ ^ t 6§q«*o ]— Q9 6 op^ra eajecqa- 

Joni kand QG€I^ — A disease of the vulva. 

G0I8 QQIS— «. 9.— (SSQiO)— WI©Q 9K GQ€tg g©- 
Joni kapata gia© a9Q«»i9q— I»abia Majora 

e Ql© g%— ff. ^>.— «»S 91 OlfiQ ^9— A leoher 5 a 
joni kita lascivious person , 

691© aw— s. ^>^!. q. (^fl1w)— QOQafit — 
jonigatra The body of the vulva. 

* G<ais>8— i. 9*. gr^Wflp « a$e (g!«1) 3 fliwai© 

jonija ^gq© €iq!«^lf^—Viviparous5 born 

from the mother's womb, [q^ — a!©l 

[G3I90I — i] fll^aQ*§ ©!© G^IQ O ^l% ©IQQ 

[aGai©S>-Q9Q©] <Q 96Q«« «G3!©9I I ] ^. 

q_ — ©gqs> Q| a«j© g id— "Viviparous animal. 

Gflifl QJ^— ff. 9— §G 51IQRQ ««u ?»eag— Name of a 
Joni tirtha place of Hindu pilgrimage. |_Qr— 

€9Sl 5^ G9 ^«Q I $%€q. ^9I^Q©. 9» l] 

eai6» GQQOI— e. Q.(9^9)— QTOI§® ^99— 
Joni debata The llfeht lunar mansion. 

Gdl© GQI9— «• 9.-^9^9 S^fil [9. «-] — 
joni dosha Syphilis* 


v^^^k^^Hilltftti 


*a«*i*2'.'ji*«v, 


^'■t\s>- ^' ; A^j>ij?^l^i^.i2,tiiiS!^ 


€S)i® ©131 


( *rr<. ) 


©ai^ 


Joni nasa ©© fl|*q «g— The upper part of the 

(CS3I$QI§QI — «©s^.9) vulva or the uni . on of 

the Libae. 

Joni parswa The lips of the vulva ; labia 

Pudendi. 

€di© Q ©— «p. ©.— [g$q*©]— ©ai©©a*$Q a^qoa 

Joni bhanja OS gtigq — The nymphaej the 
Labia Minora; semicircular glandular 
membranes situate below the Labia 

Majors. 

Joni bhramsa ©qaq W^Q ©■«© 6©©l €qa> tf- 

aiffcr a© «£©l; G3G — Displacement of 

the uterus5 Prolapsus Uteri (Apte). 

joni bhramana £}$><a— Rebirth. [ gj — &Q© 

Cl©G© «hl© <3Q, G31© ©_,«MI 6©l<l ^Q I 

glQl. ©Q 4 flfll9iqi I] 

60i© (J9— 9°. ©SI.— [*«1 ©©J - 99* 99t $°9I©6© 

Joni mukta ©$Q© ©Q?l% fl§; GSlS^lg (©. a.) — 

Emancipated from repeated births - 

G0I© 9© I — 3°. ©.— (©©) — 6©©iqa© QIQQQ gQtifct^ 

Joni mudra QQ&Q 6 BCFQSiaQ"© SQG^QGas 

(<9I SSI© 9Q SQfll 85?!%)— A mystic 

gesticulation of the palms employed 

during worship^ 

[V—<ie 9i©Q Q©^l9iq «I9Q Q©qi ©$> 

©a, ©Q «9^| 9iq a©fi©i 9^ ©$ ©q© 3 
a©jg ©1 $q $«a© W <© a«£ $£|© ag- 
q© aasiiQ ag^Q aoVst 3ai ©§ G9G$ eai©- 

6<ai® 0©,— a*, q.— ©isisi, oqi «iq ©£fy «fc© g©i 

Jonijantra «© q%a§ fl|© 91 g©^ ggs© fl© ©Q 
©1913 9*1 ©19 Q q©0© §<J ©IS* G9IQ 
G©|©9^19 «l§ ($.€!.) — A narrow aperture 
existing in certain sacred places, the 
passers through which are believed not 
be reborn in the world- 

.gfll© ©Si©— 3. ©— *l Q©$3 6©Q— 

Joni raSjana Menstrual flux or secretion 

€dis> €Q€i— s. $-Gsa:©q» ««m ©&©i gq©i — 

joni roga Diseases of the vulva. 


G ©l© «Gr~-«. © — («fl ®«U G3l©+acr)— 6SI©©ISI- 

joni linga *©$ Q6©©«g q§ Wqd$; 

©«|©©j ©9fl3 («Sqi-e««1)— Clitoris. 

Gdi© «©— s.©-ggi©g© «2S© «© G©©©ijGqaeea«i- 

Joni sula Pangs felt in the female organ. 

€0l©qO§l— a. ©— «©Mb 3Q9 ™ 
Jonisulaghm Dill seed. 

63I© ^Qfl— a. ©—«©*©© *lfll©ff G5J€I©G€1«, 9§6© 

Jonisambarana eai^l4 ^©©© $< 6 QQ^Q 

91© <J5 69IQ21© «« f i $3 fl©0|4 <S qflGq 

qag^ a«Tdl ?<M flQai-o ( §: a. ) — 

A female desease; contraction of the 

uterus 

€0i€> 3f^— 9*.Q {etf*©^©)— 1 1 (?^l ©^) Gai©©gl^ 

Joni sambyuti 6 ©I* §© G99l> qjjr- 

(03|© SGOrlOtf-acnqS) l.The contraction 

or closure of the vagina. J \ §qq gai© - 

©9ISQ q°G©l©© Sl^a (©. a.) - 2. Medi- 
cine for contracting slack vagina- 
€fll© SSPQ-gv©-* I fll©©aQ *3[Q©I©©$Q ©QGQI'a— 
Jonisankara 1, Fault or blemish or lowness 
of birth due to the mother being of an 
inferior caste. ) I ©§q©©— 2. A person 
of mixed parentage, 

efll©Qq,«— a°. § (3- 9- Gfl)— ©9I99W fllfo 9H9— 
Joni sambandha Relationship by marriage, 

Gfli© g^Q— Q°. ^61— G9I©© (G©«) 

joci sambhaba Jonija (See) 

€ffli©*i€JS -Q P .Q {Q© 1 ©*?©; Gai© + a«gi G3l©is\cJQ) — 
Jonyarsab <L I SSI©©!© 6QI3Q6M; G0l©QQ— 

1. A desease of the vulva^ 3 \ ©Qg$Q — 

2. Menorrhagia^ profuse bleeding from 

the uterus i 

eaiQ©— a*,© (qa ai^+q© «©)— ^ 1 sisiqcqqi— 

Jopana 1. Effacing;blotting out (Apte) # 

3 i ( + ©Qtfl a©) G19I9IQIQQQ ©asai<3— 
2. Anything used for effacing or blott- 
ing (Apte) *| ( + Q© «©)— ©^e©9l 3 
ate©— 3. Molesting^ oppressing (Apte), 
■w i Sl©t GdlOfllQG© 0©M— 4. Confusing^ 

perplexing (Apte) 

eaiq % «i)— big© (©?sW © (^. Wiiqi)— ©a"— 

Joy(e) . Fire, 


G9IQ 


( 9rr> ) 


G«I8q 


GfllQ— €Q. V— 60IQ ( GO* )— Jota (See). ®\q® 
jora ( $g«q ) 9— QTO91— A tributray 

river. 

Cflja-4SQ. §— G©!5> (GO«l) 

Joli Joli (See) 

ggiSoo-gq. "fr— «'q©iqqi w1q«% sisj $P fl|£ H 

Josima^ha <JQ6Q <39 QW $9 Q9GQ &I8© 90* 

C^ffl^ 4Ufln s The name of a Matha situated 

on a high mound of earth two miles 

from the river Alakanands. 

«9S © I 9^ ««*S TCIQ16Q dl «r«l«£H 
$g flO Si 9 © «eg€«i I «o!G« dG&rlWWQ 
OlflQ IfQftGr 9QI©© I <<3>W OWIOfllGQ 

giQQ ©is gmq ao 91 G3NJ ao G9iQ«e i 

WqQieW 9©Q QQff a$Q GWiq. <l »SQ 
gi^9 452 9G}£jiO|§ 9 siq tf QQ^ieiSQ 

©QaiqGQ to 4 e&i ©§9i $aia ag I 

Gfill«ll— ff. § ( qsai^=*CQQ! ©€»!+©$. «©+a )— 

Joshana v i 94341 $1 ( §. a. ) — 1. A dissolute 

woman, y \ qgiq — 2. Maiden ( Apte ), 

m I q©«— 3. A young girl ( Apte ). 

GfflWI— 9°. V- %1 ( 3.9 MlSi— GWI Wl + ^i. ® + 
Josha a ) — £ | 0(^3 g,1 — 1- Woman) lady, 

©aiSot J H ^ 3. A young woman in general. 

[«©i. r, g©ei© — ( Apte j. [ <^— « g© 

$1, ra f «©«i, ©n, gwi, g©i«© 6 e©i€®i- 

9«l©l, 3 *JI, W, »®» OT, %^ a fl2J GfiWWM I 3 
€©191, G»9I, G©l«©, G©|8©I, SflQfli, W flSIQQefcl, 
91511, ©$Q|, G$Ql a ©©©I, §G«<3I 5 OTOI, q% ©l9«1, 
©(ACQ©©!, ^«Cffl, 4QQ, Qflrf, Qjfll, G©I90I, q9«i, 

©q6W, *iQ©i€fl, QVib ©©©fa 1] 

GflWlS^I— *. S> ( 0<1©® )-W- 

Joshapriya Turmeric ( Apte ). 

G0SIQS —AT. Q— €J8»I *l— An excellent lady, [q 
Josh&bara — GQIWQGQ ! aaia'cQ ©|€ S* 

(gqwiq?, eaiS^fe esiS©© - ao^a) e©!9QGQ | 

w^aN. «gswow a i ] 

GfllQQ.S©— ^ ^ ( *"^i ©^ )— fri*31@iq *IW-^ 
Joshit-kiuta Done by a ^oman, 

GfllQ© tfqi— ^. 9 ( 0$1 ©© s )^W < 3i3 9.€IQI~ 
Joshit-pr jy5 T urmeric. 


Josbidbarga ©iq qp^ — Females. 

(eai€«j«— «QS%a) 

G0I9A - GQ. 9 - G©IO ( GQ« ) 

johala Joli ( Sea ) 

Gfll §3lfl~69. W 6 Q ( »ia's. G©l§©^= 
jobukum siaglwQ 3191 ««, ^l^i? «qQ 

aiQg^ ) — ai«iQq eiGQQ ai«o«l<sg a© 
MftlflQa «ate O19 — Toady 3 a base 
CTtlfST ^t^ff flatterer; sycophant, 

Gfll^l — W. 9 ( 9KWSS) )— 3G*Q ( GQ«I ) 
Johla Pankei ( See ) 

e<%«>— e. ^ (qg+QQ)— • 1 1 q§ gcr©— 1. 

jauktika Reasonable. s | Q^l^t^GrG) — 
(GQfga— %1) 2. Logical. * I q^ QC6Q gia© 
—3. Founded or based on reasoning or 
argument. v | qg G$- qg^iq Qflllfo; 
gig||fQ — 4s Inferable 5 deducible. + \ 
Roqg; GfllQs— 5. Proper; right. 9 I 
q^ WJ— 6 - A rg«ing. 9 I QQQ } BQig. 
gaid5>_7. Customary) current) usual, 
r 1 qg— 8. Connected . $. q» — Q^©Q 5 
3GW ^^O^ 1 "-^- companion in one's 
amusements) boon companion. 

GQTgI— ^. «3 ( GfiHO+« )— 6GW «l*Tq— _ 
Jauga Relating to Joga. 

r. e— GaiGW«foQ floiQfiw.1 ^— A 

follower of the Joga system of Philo- 
sophy ( Apte ). 

GfllstQ— 3°. QtSI ( GQIQ+SiQ )— G9IQ Q?Wfq («.«.) 
jaagaka Relating to Joga. 

GfllQQQi— ^° 9 ( qaa^+a )— qsaao <a*9i 3931— 
jauga padya Simultaneity; concurrence. 

GflTSo— s. w— ( Gsaia+95i«ica fc Q9 )— ^ 1 eaia 

J§agika SH$1£J— 1. Relating to Joga. > \ 
(GalSa— ^1) S0«©) «^5i *«*««— 2 - ^sual 5 
i©9 — ^ag®) common * customary. * | 

mar) Etymological. v | g^© q©m£J 
0C'9IGQ aa^Sq ( W ) — '4. C a word) 
Having its sense agreeing with its 
derivation; derivative in form and 
meaning, fe— < €iS?Q W© ^Q "^ 
—conventional). G^lQQ^iG^ «QflK?<5r 


GQ?€i© $9 


( *rr* ) 


GaTa g$$ 


$i£|§ 6 «e* $$GQ * gssIgq 9Q§ ©Q 
aa§} aai, Ga7«© 5 Gaieiq© 6 %© 1 eaqf 
«© $iq$ a©3IGQ 9i9§© «i% G9?«© 
GWaaw; sai crao, Q i© 9 ; tSG^ a© ^ig^ 
a©9IGQ A9 s«Kil©©«W%Caifo «W afifij 
Q$l« ©l^iGaffl^Q SQ GQIQSKJ) SSI 9^0, 

9W, G9Q flQ $iq§ a©^l6© aa' © $$IQ 
ws «a c $«ln ©iq %© a© g©iqsh<i; aai, 

9^0, ©till] * I ©n©9lfih; SG£|!©«1SlJ — 
5. Useful* serviceable. ^ | q^qiq 
Q«W1^— 6-Bemedial (Apte), $» f(9«f|©©Sl) 

$p qi ©9 a©Q 3©©gq ©io (a©) (§. a)— 

7. (grammar) Compound (word). 
GaT©© $© — tf.9$t (^9)H©Hi©«a ^TqQci© 6 91991©- 
Tifigika rsrflhv 9© (as) 91 Q§aa6© 9*i9$©(s©) 
— (grammar) Etymological and conven- 
tional (meanings) or (word) conveying 
such meanings. (Sal, €}Q© €lQe 

6s]©©%© aa' $s$©i©) 1 
Gote©fl©©— *. 9<a g_°— ( Gaie© a©+Q© )—k \ 

jayjana satika ©a|©ffgs> CMCfl— 1. Proceeding 

te5to©a©a-$l) for 800 miles; walking » 

distance of 800 miles. 5 | GSieQa©©^!— 

2. Extending over 800 miles. 

Gate©©— 3. m — (mi©©+qq)— e 1 saiss^Q aa 

Jaujanika «g©gq — 1, Able to walk a dis- 
(GaF©«>SI— $1) tance of 8 miles. $ \ q^\^q,^\^— 

2, Extending over 8 miles. 
G©T*(©)fcll.^-- *.— G0J©QQ9lj eq^QI— To join 

jafit <t<J) root together (Apte). 

€<aT©(§)©— a. 9— (q©— 9©©©% 9W + ©+a; 
JMta (tu) ka 9QQG><ii$ gig 91 9©|§©|©GQ gig)- 
£ I ®QI§©3 $919 ©|QG© QftQQ- gig ©9a 
a©g$j-Q 2119 — 1. Dowerjdowrv) marriage- 
gilt pr present, 9 | aqjgi«Q|Q qflqGQ«4 
<?l$l ^Q9IQ^G9 glejaQ— 2. Presents given 
to an infant on the occassion of its vari- 
ous ceremonies such as annaprasana 
(taking rice for the first time), • | ©©Si 

$9I<3> ©i©€© GQ^ a© QQ^IQ^fiQ QI9$<i— 
3, Any property got by a bride on th e 
occasion of her marriage. [q> — Q^aHj 
a©3!G© $1Q 9©I9 ©IGS6© gig G<vi©$i9l a© 
©191© ^QKIQIQ^S a© («1a©) a€S I « »©% 


$1© q9ias© fltfl© Q§q*|©l<3!9IG© © fl|Q ©§GQ 

SaaG© ©191© ©wm! a^QiQd 94 I ct A s©fll©- 
sios g©I$© geti §oai©Qro.^ qa<^i §©^ 

QQGCj a$©l<3! $agj I ©^ {KKWI©, sSq wl 

qqq &U ©9 gig easf gs?sl© (gq©^ 

G«€9Qj ««§ 91 GWI«Jl 9QQ 91 acflQiQ 
©Q§, ©§GQ qider «iq»oaiGQ 6 tide 

Cia^SQ 9\ QGQ %lqL«« © 3IQ 91© QQ^GQ, 
q© gifllqr 9h§ Q& $% ^Iq 9I«h 6alsL© 
aQiq © G<5>©l aaS^ Qg ©ig 9#§$. gifllor 

^q^©IQfllG© SIQ 9IGJS) ©|Q l] V 1697^9 

©^§Q 9Qq a© - 4) - Afl y private property 

(Apte),*. 9«a— ^1 G©T^§ QigQr <9lb©«* 

■*q§(a©)— 1. (property) Rightfully or 

exclusive belonging to a person (Apte). 

y I 9919 ©i«GQ a® (a©)— 2 (property) 

Got as dowry or marriage gift. 

egteQ—S. 9.— (Gai^+a)— aQtfSI— A measure in 
jautaba general (Apte.) 

GaTa— «. M-(aw© «"<©«©) (fiLa+a 5 aa— a*. 
jauths aslqr Gdi^U qo a© aiai©«©» fl©^i 9««^ 
erw tog© 9i©§© §< ©»")—«. I CTifl 91 aa 

C^ 9| 9ft q^lQ — 1 Relating to a crowd 

# or company. J I 9©Q a^QlQ^gj GQI^lQ 

SflJt 9^^ ®^©IQ ^3 ©©fllft— 2. Joint. 


G<aIa©(G©0»i<a-GQ. ©-(ad©© 9MQ9t©; «i Q .-Ga7a+ 

jauthaka[ko]naparii ©•. G©l»l^) ^©? GQ9©" 

(csfa g°<c! - q°^ ©^a) amiqG© «o©i ©ft— Joint- 

company, 

GflTa ©iq©[©— 0©. ©.— <©W© vigff ^©© a©9iq 

ja&tha karabara qg© 9«i9^l£J; G9Q ©1991^0© 

9^^*<a«iQ flfllor a©QGG— Jointstock 
dK *0**fa business. 

Gala 61©— s°. 9.— (aqs»©)- Qfifli^ a? 91 afi— 

ffaathadhana Joint fund) fund raised from 
enter ^ many people or belonging jointly to 
mm SFT manv Persons. 

GflTa ^ft^— «r. © - («©©) (©fl til) — ft^aift «^ 

Jautha sampatti Joint property^ 


lUHBBMM^ai 


mtaMMi^m man i thumb 


iMM<bi:,it4.-e,>^-. . --iv - **j&t&tjm*Si!'-jat,&t*.y-;W-*!*&*2t-ji;s-:ji. 


.eSfsiQ 


( *Tf"* ) 


G^fr© 


Gal?!©-*, w-— (qa+Q«)— v i qei qi qq swflq-- 

jauthika 1. Belonging to or relating to a flock 

or herd, i ) qqq$ G9IQ Q^^l (W) — 

[§>. €t.] "2. (animals) Living in flocks. 

gregarions, S. §■ ££ — SSfl — Companion; 

(©alga—*!) comrade (Apte). 

GOty— ff.M* ^•-qQefJ— Warlike 5 . martial (Apte). 

jaudbl 3. q. q!— Gaisi (§. a.)— 

Warrior; soldier- 

JSJjdhisthira flfV&lsj— Relating to Judhishthira. 

Jaudheya 1. Warrior. > \ eai^lQ g#— 2 * The 
son of a warrio r . * I gtOlW> QIQQ 9$" 
i^qQTOtil ©IQ QSSS— 3. Name of a 
warlike tribe of ancient India. 

Q^HTO i alii© < 9IQQ QGM 09^a€| I 
< ©IQQ gQIfllOC? SAG© OgWIO n&9\0. 

©«%6jq<& 69icgw— 9- a.] 

4. Name of a son of Judhishthira. 

cote— s. w.— ( caiG+wa. «; eai^sr eaici^. qi 

(Gsfol— 4|) 1, Relating to the female organ, 
J I 51|©€!Q £ S^1sj— 2-. Uterine. *> I fllSj- 
OQ C ©l© — 3. Born from the mother's 
womb, v I WIOTVflq— A. Matri- 
monialj resulting from marriage. Q.— 

1. 1 eat© swlsj ci9j go Gais> ©i ©§9 

CQIQGQ SCT9 WQl ©©9 9ia— 1. Incest? 
sexual sin committed by a man) sin 
due to a man cohabiting with a female 
of prohibited decree. J \ WI9— 2. 
Marriage (Apte). m \ §qiq 9H$— 
3. Matrimonial alliance (Apte). tj* | 

/<4fflG© 0W Q99 $M «09«) (§. flSWICIQ) 
4- Name of an ancient tribe of North 

India. 


jauna nirbg'hana «i©g|QffQ SCfa QQ SH$GQ 
OTIO© SHfllq W9IQ — The theory of 
sexual selection in the mordern scienti- 
fic theory of Evolution, [<<) — sag;) S'^ 

sgct aoi gsr $aqjs> qgp ^9^ gitflq 

SH«9i fig G3 ©lQiq Qlg QQ OWIQ Q99I9 

s»6Q 6 €59 §»®% sw^ fli«i1<? M $^ 
$«, Ga7© otiq® ss>w 49i§* e«i«i 

Goto 910—9°. ^.— («4at) — qq 9i ^"a^ esi© gcrs- 

/ jauna papa ©@© a|9 — Sexual sin ; incest? 

adultery. [^ — q^a©! SAW, 9G&1 QTO^ 

§© OIQ^I 41 qSQ 3 ^919, ©Qfc q^a^l 41 

§< I] 

J^na sambandha l fc Marital relationship; 
relationship by marriage, j | <© fll®!^r 
«^^ CfilGQ Q€»|<3- aQ9GQ»l© G91Q?}9| 
©©© 3?V&— 2. Uterine relationship, 

* I GS>9I§Q §QQ — 3. Marital alliance. 

( oaf® «P9Q— 90. ff) 

G0?Q© — ^. 9 (qs>fi»+S<J9l6£ s) — «. I q^OT99— 

Jaubata 1 . A gathering of young ladies5 a bevy 

of young ladies, 5 I q^S Q^IQQ-IQGQ 

TO 01 qSCI 9*1fllQQQ 00«% qq«) 0©^Q 

S^IQ^Ga^— 2. A riDg-dance by well' 

decorated ycung girls. [ q— o Qg^^Q 

Q§«SlfK) Wl -<3Q SGGr ftlOSJ I 8Q©|, CJQ9I, 

oral, ^^sap^r «Q9i <pi$ ealp© «© i ] « i 

aQSIlSI*, C(|a— ^. Measure, v | qs»gQ q^ 

9| BQfll —4. The state or quality of a 
young woman (Apte). 

€<atoG©<4— *• S. '9? Ogsa + asQitea. <J^j)— q.9«i- 
jafibateya CJQ C ©|© ^e— The son of a young 

(Gal^G©^!— 41) woman. 

GqToq— e. q (qpo+Q69. 2i)-qQiQgi 5 oi^ ; k$ 
jaubana q& Q^^«o Qg c Qj^q aa c ^ Ql^Oift — 
Youth5 prime of life; adolescence (bet- 
ween 16 and 30 years of age)j puberty. 

[ q_qiq^iq 6 <?l$ ««»Q fl%ii9Siq. ©ate© 

GQIQ0K 1 GQ$ GQ§ ^IQSQIOQ G€1<3 6 


■eafcw 


( *rr* ) 


6al9€©ltt© 


9i$ c ©iQ sdq^ gjuGQ oaea go?©© 6 ac© 

gSI©^, <IQQ ->f 3931 OT «9€) ( 9IS^©IG 
K+Qtf S^GQ G^IS $« I K9 W ©q?l6Q 
Gof©© «qsj %< i *>«»9s c 9^q as«i$) G9?9© 
QG9, 01 86Q Ggi©^ $<1 6 9* QQ ©qqaG^ 
©IQQi 963 l] ->l q^GGQieo ©£— 2. Any 
youthful or juvenilejact (Apte). •! qP©^? 
91 q5»dQT QQ — & A number of young 
persons^ especially young women. 
(Apte). SQ. 9 (e. fc G£i?9©G}S(S) — q$»S| ^1q 
©3© 9$ » g©— The plump breasts of 
a youthful girl, [ Q— 3$. ^^ G9iQ 

QieaiQ Qicyio ©§§ a« €€iiq, ©i© go?©© 

q^ 94Qg SG£$eil Of ©q 1 ©ei 1] 
^dteQQ— *. 9 (©a79© + SIGa\ ©) — G0?9O- 
Taubanaka Youth (Apte). 

g<37oq q«>— a. «? (a. Q- 6Q) — Qos»qp (roa) 

Jaubana kantaka Katbabaruna, (See) 

(G9fe» 8901-— BfflQ.Q) 
GQfQO Gltf— 3. 9 (G. 9. CQ)-qpl G9IQ?(QI Gfliq 
jaubana garba ©v— The pride of youthj 
(G«il9© 'W— ^©iq.a) youthful prjde. 

[69?99 39©, G9?99<}9— S. 94 1 ° 

GO?©© qSGi— «- 9 (£%1 O©)— GafQO GHftGQ QEg© 

jaubana chanchalya G99I 3l$j9© ©§©©! — 
Restlessness natural to youth 

( Gsfo^w [fipfifc] — HQiqp ) 
Gate© ©^ — 3T. 9 — GSf9© ©<Stf (GQfl) 

Jaubana chihna jaubana lakshana. (See) 
Gfijfce Ml - 3°. 9— 6S3l9ffl9gl (GM) 

jaubana dasa Jaubanabastha. (See\ 

GOl©©©!©— 3°. $tf. 9L° (Gfl?9©+9©j *fll. O) — 

jaubanaban qp|. qp© — Youthful. 

[ Ga7909Q-^1 ] 
GO?©© SQ — S\9(9.a.Gfi3)— 60?9©Q f$©l©&© ^9Jq 
Taubapabhara ci^q q^j — The majesty of youth 

possessing a young person (specially a 

woman). 

GO?©© QSSl— 3. 9. ( ^jl ©© )— * i %l 6 %$?? 

JSflbana lakshana S1CTGQ 6 3©€Q ©ate© Q9^|3GCr 
3GGr Q©l9© C$91 ©ftfllO— 1. The signs 
or indications of youth. [q> — £JQ<aQrQ 
Sfl^ SQQ ©GOl©©!, q]QQ q§QI9, 3©* 
9©©l9Q qaa©!, g©$ qBQiW ®a?9©QM 


aGS I] J I Gfl?©©©©i GgfO€S-2. Ytmth- 
ful charm or loveliness (Apte). * | q<?Gi 
9© (9- S)— 3, The female breast (Apte). 

GO?©© SJ©€H — *- 9. ( fl. 9. Gd )-q<?l©l© Q9g© 

jaubana labanya Q^GQ q.9«q5?«|^QIGQ «5S© 

9dQ Q?l«lCj©l — The sweet charm of 

youth. 

GOTOQ a— *. 9. (#^1 ©€))— «^« 9^qGQ ^1 ^§<3Q-- 

jaubana srl OIGQ 019 G99I ^1^99 G9?«S] < m— 

The beauty or natural charm 0/ youth, 

Gate© 3Sl— e. 9- 3! — qSIQIQQ gicr — One's com- 

Jaubana sangi panion of youth- 

(CQ?90 %GQ\ GSa79© TOOq— *D 

(Gsaf^Q 3^©9, GS79Q 3$©— a©i%9) 

gqT»© gaiQ— e. 9. (?$1 «©)— Gfif^Gffw^ ( gq^ ) 

jaubana sanchara Taubanodaya ( See ) 

GOT©© ffifil— g. 9^1. (9fll OO)— q^l^glGQ ^1^99 - 

jaubana sulabha Natural to youth* 

(Ml— GdT^mqftfc I) 
G0?®»i©ai— ^. 9. ( qa©; Ga?9©+«9gi )— q^i©^ 

jaubanabastha q.91931 — The time or state o* 

youth- 
e07^O!QH— e. 9. ( $>«£l ©©3 GSf9©+aQq )_ 

jaubanarambha t. I Gsa?9©Q »9Q9— 1. The 
m prime of youth. j f ©q qplQfli— 

(GQlwiafl— «Q^> 2. Budding youth 

Gote©!^— «r 9. ( qp©w+«fl©iiGa f ; » )-qp©n 

jaubanaswa q»iqr qjJ fl!«!©j— Mandhata^ son 

(GQfTOKl©— aoi^fl) of King Jubanaswa, 

GaTQ@0— *• 9«a. (GQ79Q+Q©)— GSf©© «lrtq(ft.«)- 

jaubanika Youthful, 

G^G»iQq-^.9. (^1 ©©, ee?9©+^ )— 

jaabanodaya ? | GSJ?9©Q «89q c 9__l , The 
dawning or beginning of youth in a 
person, 9 I ©9q.©J©gi— 2. Budding 

youth- 

GflTQQg— e. 9«. a # ( Gsaf©Q+gi ai$+©$. « )— 

jaubanastha e I qpisgi gig— 1. Youthful. ^ | 

9919 ©Q9I QQQg— 2. Marriageable . 

(GS379© 3 I—%1) (Apte), 

GSTOGONO — «l # .9, ( 9%31Q )— ©I9G99 (§. a)— 

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2. Sexual love (Apte), * | (Q$Ol@) Q\9 } 

W-^3. A name of Cupid (Apte}. 

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Taqbarajika g^Wtq — Relating to an heir ap- 
parent- 

sateQOi— *•- s. (q<W+QP. a)— a©i<? Qag©GQ 

J§Hbarajya qjffiQ qSW a*? 1 6 a^QlQ— The 

rank and duties of the heir-apparent 

to the throne when he becomes his 

father's associate in the administration 

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jaubaragyabhishikta ^|q g©^©— Installed in 
thft rank of the heir-apparent by the 
reigning king; crowned as heir-apparent, 

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The ceremony of installation of the 
heir-apparent to the rank of TubarSjaY 
the crowning of the prince as the heir- 
apparent in the lifetime of the 
reigning king. 

Taubarajyabhishechana SQGQ 9Q^J! QQSI — 

Installing of the heir apparent in the 
rank of Jubaraja by the reigning 

sovereign % 

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2. The female world) womankind. 

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Yad (etc) lad etc (See) 

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Yar-ki (etc) Iar-ki etc (See> 

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Yillyi)hudi Vg$ *W* l-Jihudl (See) 

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Yunani Greek. j | sjqk^ <$9 qq^ — 
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flIQO 9$ Q|q QQQ| ; GQfag QlfiM^ ©<fi«>9 
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qmI-si. (fllcfo QQi) 9.=($. Qfiwa, gi. qsiS)— 1 1 

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Cl^l (G9«) — 3. Rayani (See) 

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nel made for the flow of water from a 
high level. T 9,— fllQ«l««?Q W» ^ 
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RaiSsa Vigina Typsa (pod).^ 

Rai katiba 91^^ ©^GQ ^91 0»Q§IQ SJ^SL 

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^t^P^I 5H^(tTR)^Hr99?G«lQ9l— To cut a 

- narrow channel from a higher level 

towards a fcank situated in a lower 

level (with a view to catch the fishes 

trying to go up against the current 

towards the higher level). 

qq ©IO-G9. 9— ©GHCf ©QIQ9I QIQ* 9*<9?0 OlO — 
Rai katha Fuel for cremation; fael for funeral 
fosBl^ti g^f 3T«n^!t 5f^t pyre, g|GQ. 
(699«igQ) 9 (%». 9. QQ9IO) GaiS'SQ Oal- 
gOGQ G9|©|Q91 G9Q 8Q QI09 «W«; Ml«l^ 
qq^i SjaftsaSQ 9n9§0 S3fl-^-A post of 
wood driven to the bottom of a pond 
at the middle on the occasion of its 
consecration. [ 9 — <19ia 6p?IGQ 

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(QQQ©1— $) fig ©q]^© ew («iai© fl©9) — 

3*CTtS5t gC *WWI " (a curse or abuse) (a person) 

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pyre. 

QQ 9Q|(GQ)QQ|-6Q. §— ^ I ©©lef 3<il©© ©©QI-— 

Bai jaj[a(le)ibs 1. To set fire to the funeral 

[QQ QCl|(ca)QQl-BQ«?q9] pyr e . 3 I Q\0 Q©| QQ 

fgssf m*lt^ ©#GQ ©a" ©CIIQQI— 2. To set fire to 

gtfmmt a heap oi wood. « | (©Mieh G©fe»Q 

9sgQ mnS Q©1g GWI© ©IQ3 GWI — 

3. ( figurative ) To cause a person's 

wrath.3 to exasperate a person. 

©© ©<3©l— GO. 9— *■ I ©®I©Q a©^©©— 1. The 

Rai j^liba burning of the funeral pyre. ^ j 

f^St^tt g^fereHH ©iQCIQ! ©Q©| — 2. The burning 

of a heap of wood. • | (©ja«ld) G©felQ 

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with angerj a person becoming much 

enraged or exasperated. 

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rayatjraiyatja tenant; a person hold- 
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SftTOeafift ^RWR: rayat -^1 ©©©^IGl «^© — 

2. Held by a tenant. [ 9^1 — ©©©Qei© > 

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Tf^RPSt 33FTT holding. 

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©Q© QQI(G9JQ0I — G9. 9.— G©f^9 ao^© ©9G© 
Raita basa(se)ib5 o« 9*^^ QQ©^G3 931^ G99I- 
?t^® ^t^ To settle naw rayats on a vacant 
KfZRS 5^T«TI land. 

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Raita baita Gfltffl© ©Q©— All classes of tenants. 

©Q© 9^ ©Q9I — 69. ^s. — ©9q Sjtf 91 
Raita bili kariba ©<3$ ©Q9I j 91Q ©Q©q|ff©- gg| 
Ht?T5 f^I ^% ^lt^5 ^ft^T G99I — To lease out 
*31?r srmsn lands to rayats. 

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e©«ii €L^^ ©Q9i% ©qg q© h (wiq© 9««- 

^gft a I9©*|)— A servant who is engaged 
to supervise his master's agriculture 

and tenantry. 
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Raitan(ni) s©©91G©; 9©© fl§©T— Rayatsj a 
^tC^l^^t \%MdH body of rayats, 9$), — ^ 

(sQ&a, Q«©a©-G9. 9^1. %9) 9Q©^»iq a^© (^5)_ 
?i^ft ^^n,%RTPft 1, Held by a rayat. 

3 1 ©Q©> ©Q© ^91^—2 Relating to a 
rayat. (aai— ©£©!© $©!»© t) 
QQ9— G9- W-—QC© 95»,9l^— 

Raiti ^tC^ ^clsi^t Relating to a rayat. 
9. - QQ© 9«N ©9^91 9^— 

The holding p& a rayat. 


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Raibara 3%ft **w: RabibSra. (See) 

6>Q afeOI— GQ. 9— W9I93 ^SKj 9ff ©«!$ Q «W9Q 
Rai sifcala Q§ — The rite of formal sprinkling 
[QQfllfiQl — HCM^a] of water or extinguishing 
#^5t ftw the funeral fire on the third day 
Tft?rntf*>sir (staff) of cremation, [q— <i q$ a^|9 
fliOQW QQGQ Q|@ ©1$ «fl ^ £*§!& ©ff § 
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Rai sIta(tu)lS(le)iba ©©IQEQSGQ CM9©I© ©|$| 

fg$t f^^? QQQ91 — To extinguish the fire of 

xft?n^r*5TT CsKhO the cremation ashes (with 

water) on the 3rd day of cremation, 

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Raisua G3IQ9) — 69 OlQ, ©ffli« GQ 63IQ9 
[QQGaiG—^1] («CII© SQ9) — ( a curse) (a person) 
C*tt^T3PS5*l1 Who will soon sleep on the 

gtst^si? cremation pyre. 

Q63— SI. 9 (e. €:»)— Q§9G (C9€l) 

R au Rahubara (See) 

Q^^)80Q(^)— G?G9. 9. ( «. 9Wj~ * 

Rau(ojai(d) V | ©9% «9ffl— 1 ' Condition; 
CQQRfo state. 5 | qiaq© as^l) W— 2. State of 
-ft^tsr things) state of events. * I gqiq; Q\Q — 
[©fhQjeJ — TOh^Q] 3. Time. 

Q^(6)aoi— g^gq. 9. (a. q«©o— * i qgm ; 2i©h$ 

Rau(o)ana aq©|tf 6©fa§ £|Q ©<<IQ; sai^i — 

^SHt TORf 1. Starting from a place. 

(Q*I©1 — 89-1^.9) Jl CjJ^W* «lQ<a 3 a»OI«iQ G993- 

2. The sending of a thing from one 

place to another, [q — <@ sjqsi *Q$|©i ? 

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^m\ ^f thing from one place to another. 


QQ(6)aei G©9I W. ^— aiQ!^Qq.ai^l ©991— 

Rau(o)ana heba To set off or start for 

3^t ^®3t WRT $RM another plaoe, 

Q«(G)80^— G§69. 9. ( a. GQ?#19 )— 
Rau(o)5b «. | aiqlSn — 1- Gravity^ 
zmH > I Q£[— 2. Fear. 

^faR *> I g$j9 — 3. Influence, 

QQQQ— gi. 9— G©?©9 (693 ; 

Rauraba Rauraba ( See ) 

Raekba Rakeba ( See ) 

Q<©(©) <Q©i\0) — QQ©(©^ Q©*«Q ( G^a ) 

Baeta(ti) (etc) Raita (ti) etc. ( See ) 

Q«K§— 6^GQ. Q. (Q')— QqiQJ ( G9S ) 

Kael-ti Rayal-ti ( See ) 

Q*S>(ai^) — ^ — ^1 alQj a© QQ9* — 1. To move with 
Rarhha(root)speed. j| ©g^i — 2- T& flow (Apte)* 

Q°§X— «r. «j, (qs v SI^bQI^I QQ9I Ql Q°*$ ai§ = 9Ql 
Rarnbab +Q(^. «iti; ^ a«i9) — €961; 61©Q Qlgffll- 

Speed; velocity. 

Rarhbaiia Swift motion. 

Rarhhati ©a!©Q )—t> l 693} «©Q €ll^©l— 

1. Speed) velocity. J I qqq 6961 — 

'2. The speed of a chariot ( Apte ). 

C«— SQ. «lj©$^ Q3Q9! a^SQ 9^9$©; f QQ9l > 
Rah <?£jiq »0«GQ G99I ^ Q^(=i^6i5© 

Q9 i Wl ) Q 3G93 ]— % ^9^ 691; % 

Q9 ? aWM^.9] 9Q5 G9I 3 ©a^G^I— ( Interjection) 
Q98| Stay ! Stop ! Shut up ! 

q'go-sigq ( «i«iQ9fi) 9 6 ©a (9ft. 9. qqgqi^ 

Rancbe Q°© )— ?. I ?©<3^ «e g|fll9M— 

1. Slight) very little) a bit of. j \ 
GSIQN) ^OW— 2 A drop of, • | fij^j q^- 

RariE^a "Widower. 

Qtt©a(a")^QiG9 (was) 9 (q°) — s« fc ©a ( GQei ) • 

Randh-nia(an) Randh-nia ( See ) 

QfcJGl— QIGQ (SW.ag9) 9 ftl) — Si* fil ( GQ« ) 
Randh-ni Randh-ni ( See ) 


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Ranbata RabaSta ( See ) 

Q9 v <a|$)— * — < I «l8QI— 1, To taste. 3 | 9IQ9I— 
Rak (toot) 2. To obtain. 

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Rak atf <aqg©i egtf 9033 w qq a©— l- a 

^FWj SFC^: croakiug or cracking sound 
or sensation experienced when a 
boin-joint is dislocated. 9 I 3QIQQ 9iQ9 

«i«q 00431990^0 G99I caiq*flo«Qi ©1 

510 SO v £19 9Q9I— 2. A squeaking sound 
produced by a piece of woodwork dis- 
located from its proper groove. * | 

Q9! . 9ffQ| gpQGQ 6999) «©$©— 3. 

Spasm or spasmodic pain (e. g. at the 

neck and at the sides) due to wind, 

QOWI (©,€>)— OT- ?.9«— SQI^Q Q<% 599 $>0|9 gqig) 

Rak-kina (ni,ri) €910991 9QIGQ— Suddenly in a 

fl^*« squeaking manner (said of a joint 

*<*t.^ ^r«? suddenly sprained). 

qqqs — g©. hj - 6q©Gois? ( g©3 ) 

Rak-thak ^Rok-thok ( See ) 

Q©Q^— G9* 21— QG ( G9S ) 

Rak-rak *Rak (See ) 

3tt*ttt ^3re 9— v 1 aaiai 91 asiq 9a 

9IQ9IQ Q$| — 1. A desire to get a thing 

which one can not or has not attained- 

5 I Qty aQI9Q 491019 Q9I — 2, Desire to 

get back a lost thing. 931 — afalQi ©I ©q 

9g S|fi9iq C©,9 (9S9)— Desirous to get a 
lost or unattainable thing. 

qq— s. 9 (Q©, ai§+s@iseL 21)— t 1 «iQgfl% ^Qfy 

Raka ggf— 1. A precious stone said to con- 
centrate sun's rays* sun-stone. ^|$£$© — 
2, Crystal, m \ qq ^—3. A heavy 

shower. 

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Rakata QQ 99391 ^§ SKtfQQ 4* 6 *mjS 931— 

( GQ9SI— 3I91Q9 ) 1* Dried and hardened 

srteh particles of rice and food which remain 

J3&X sticking to a plate after it is used in a 

meal and before it is well rinsed, j \ 

folH SIS! 9§9l (Ml— W°a Q3Q9I 919) alSQ al€Q 

*nqmrc ^hf <?i$sq gcj9IQ9I 91 GQG9S9I ©#— 

2» The act of chewing or nibbling at a 


hard thing with the teeth. { q — 91$^ 

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qSeiM — 1. (uncleaned plates) To which 
particles of food remain sticking^ [q — 
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69G« «tQ «CT€Q Qg 9I$|9Q MlfltO qaQ§ 

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to touch. 


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Q9t\ 9S»l(G@)Q©l— 69. ^— V I *Q4I ©I «* 9W©% 
Rakata chharda(rde)ibs ai^GQ 9^Q 6 ^fl- 
^t*R arm ^G9 511© ©q'gq qS qdaiQQQl flll9f 
^^2T it^RT Q9MQ QSIIfllOSm Q9IQ9I— 1, To 
cleanse the dry particles of food etc. 
sticking to a plate remaining long 
unwashed after use. ) \ G9?Ǥ 99I8GQ 
99^91 flQ^QQ^IQ 9Q9I— 2. To cleanse 
the dirt sticking to an article. 
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RakatibS 0Q9I 910^59(9^91^ flQ I© 1 5?8 
ffe^t 5 ! O^Sl 0Q9I — To nibble at a hard thing 
3rra*!T with the teeth to separate the softer 
parts adhering to it (e. g. bone;. 

QQ9— 9iG9 (WJW3) 9— Qg (G9«t) 

Rakat Rakta (See) 

Q©0 (Q©W)— fll.9— Q§ QO"W(C9«) 

Rakata (etc) Rakta etc, (See) 

Q9©I-G?G9 9 («t) (9©Qa)— t I ©§Q eg^Q— 
Rakaba 1. The area of a land. J \ GfltalQ qq^ 
^^t ©9q G9I% G^SIffl ©I GS^eTO' — 2, Total area 
^3T of the lands of a village. 

QOOI 9fll«©0— G^G9. 9 (21) (©©€)«)- Gfl^ ©9©IQa 
Rakaba jama kharacha 9i€»»GQ sqfol© 0<i| OQ 

^^t eprt^^ efl$lQ ©9q QQqi^i eMiai< 6. sag 

33OT i«m# g9lQ9 »9q 631$ a§9l£ osu @qi9 

©QgiQai -d— A statement in which the 


199* 


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( WW ) 


«5 


areas of different classes of lands and 

the whole area of the lands of a village 

are specifically mentioned* 

QQ^-G^GQ. 9 <«!)— v I Gtitil; WIG— 1. Kind; sort; 
Rakam class. 9 I a^filj QQ — 2» Mode. *> I €>2fl£5 
_WI ^91; «•«— 3. Share. < sell — ©CQIQQ QQfl 

9g; 8QI21 — 4. Thing) article. ( gai — 

oiqi «eg, 9liaQ «oo, «qq e©«i, QQi 

«QS v , 96CJ© €TO l) 
S«fl x QQfl— G?G9. M (W)—G»M 9QIQQ— 
Rakam rakam Of various sorts. 

(sqa qo^io, QQg SQSIQ -«©1%9) §— QlGigoiQ— ■ 
g^ssi ^sj TOTT^H Various kinds. 

QQl(Ql)-GQ.«> (Q^CO affJO G9Q$JQ|%)— WI»,G<?Q 

Raka(kka) g^QCQ a$© S!Q GWQI GQ9I aqog 

3ri^5TRr Q9©Q|s^ Q€t« — A stitch, stitching 

ftp^i Wtj f^RKl5 fa^Elt painj acute pain felt 

inside part& of the body due to the 

stoppage of air circulation in those 

parts. [<q>— gqsjgsfcjQQ <goi© GQQGQ aOGQ 

91 WIQ6Q 99ff 2IS© Q£Q (QQi affefiO 69Qq 

©I QfflQ^^QQ §« »l@ w 6 QQQq GS>»$ 

a©l§ Q% & 699©f $<1 6 *IS g<u«i GOQI^ 

fla Qq SQia $« I <§iq q|*J|Q4 QQGQ C GG|Q 

altol* G9)& Q$$ I QQI aSa«l a«Q ofl^iq 
<a>t«giq ©flf qq 6*iq a§ 6 ggiierqri Q3 

SQI 2QIQ filial GQSQ QQI S$IS> I Q[gQ* 
flIGff QQI aQQ9l GQQ$_ G^QQ S3Q, 
(Battery) *$!£l QQI% S^ISJ I ] S1G9. 
( WM9) 9-919Q «i&l <a§9QI— Dislocation 
of a bone, gl — (GflMigs*) <?— G$QI;Q99— 
A slip of paper containing an order or 

receipt, 

QQI 99i(G@)QQI— G«>.«— QtQI^JI^iq^l G$9$Q£IQ 

Kaka cbbaida(rde)ib5 €N9I3hGQ QQIqfffi QQ9I— 

fr^J«ti wtWR To cure nervous spasm due to 

^T$ ^t£RT wind by blowing with the 

mouth or by muttering incantations 

or by ekctrio current, 

QQI g^Qi-GQ. 9— GQ98q|a©QI$9® qgiQ^flQIflQ 

Rak* chhaigiba" GQQQIQ QQS3 G9QI — The cure 

(QQI 8QQI— QB<3|© ) of nervous spasm due to 

fcW*tlS|S5T qrc^feffl wind. 


QQI Gil^Qi—GQ. 9 — flQ QQiQ<a G«> fl&Q £JQ 
Raka jhargibS qq|^ qqiq^i aiQ QQiqg aCTGQ^ 
ft 5 ^ 3tt?t 91© §G3QQl — To practise masBage and 
31$ *flr£TT blow wind by the mouth on 

the part of the body affected with 

nervous spasm. 

QQI WQQI—GQ. §— 9QQ age flQIj GQ^fl^a q£i©9ISJ 

Raka dhariba ^g t g ©«|q qjJq GW^L 9\ £O^^I 

ft^^t QQIft^agJ^ Q3 G99WI G^^l~ 

W ^^5fRI Suffering of spasms due to wind. 

(qoi aff^i, qq; qS^i— 40*13.9) 
(QQI g§)?l— eaqjQ) 

tinged; colouredj stained. ->! ( + Q<| ©) 

Q©3 «q^ BQQ§ — 2. Fond; attached 

tcj addicted to. m \ ^©IQQ; «1qWSj — 

3* Addicted to playj engaged in sport. 

* I S^SIWQ> q^jQ^ — 4 Sweet to the ear. 

* I GG39©; GJQ-; QIQSJ— 5. Red. $\ G€JI^® 
(9.9.)— 6. Purified. §— (+Q9 ©) ^ I 
GQ@© Qfi— 1. Red colour, ? I %33 3 
%^?J £rQ — 2. Safflower; Carthamus 
Tinotoris. « | 949. @§;Q ag— 3. A 
tree; Barringtonia Acutangulia. -a- 1 
Q9fl35lglO-^ Saffron; Crocus Sativus. 
K I QI9 5 ®^| — 5 Copper. $\ giOlQ!9jag 5 
€TftQGS«3 Siaaa^K- 6.Thc fruit of Flacou- 
retia Cataphracta. 9 | QQ°Q— 7. Yer- 

million. r | Sqq — 8. Red lead; 

minium. <l aQ© 3 sqqi^. S^Ql^GOT — 

9. A sort of fragrant wood used in 

medicine^ PrunusPadam. v° I QgOQft 

— lO. Teracarpus Santalum. ^t, 1 

QQ« QIO— 11. Sappan wood, U | QuQ 

ffQ— 12. Penta petes Phoenicia. ibo | 

QQI flIQ (9. «IJ— 13. A small reddish 

species of Clarius Magur (fish), 

<t* I «a©gQIQ M1$ G^CT (Q.€l.)— 14J. A 

kind of venemous frog. ^* | <i© QQlQ 

9S ( 9. a. ) — 15. A kind of scorpion. 

t$ I 9Q — 16. A name of Siba (Apte). 

aow QQ«iQ — acre, aa^» ^? I €«i^fo; 9£% 

ag, qqo, sa©©, 9<j9©©a« W19 «siQa 


•3§ 


( #-<L9 ) 


Q^O 


cicro, Gq@©, eq^, 
G<a§© 


5Tf 




qgai^ sa^ <qQ©g ; $9— 
1", Blood. [ 9 — 

$9 Q9i 9Q9i© G^tGJ 
gaGQ Qg (Chyle)GQ flQ<3© 
§<i I QQ gtf qqqq G96Q 
Qg €£9GQ 9flg €K3QGQ Qlfi 

9<i i o9t ©iqci, ©qo, ©i©- 

€t$]3© S$ glGGQ a$, &£ 

s<8© 6 gl<g>i Qgs gaiQ aaiQ i 39 gasa 

9QSRt aJC * ?^SL 9 SPG9 aqalfq W 
3«© $< i q§ <£<§© G9GQ ©i©i egct OQM I 

Q§8 W»««€KJ flalQ Q9IQIQ iQgqG?@l©© 
29 SJI6Q K3M ©G« GQWIKI C9, G9^GQ 
3Rf€J9K?l© ag, iaat— £ I ggg (Serum 
Ql Plasma ) - fijq© 9q92» Mlq WICI 

([Crossamentum qi blood corpuscles) — . 
©1Q9$ S°S I QQ$_' Q-q©€y O© (Blood) 
6 flf ©6Q (Liquor Sanguinis— g|$Q 9I«I^) 
69IQ0W I Qgq gqi^©Q Q6$<a$| ©GQ, 
<51GQ M, ^$GflG> (AlbnmeD), caifclSafl, 
Q%\®®9 (sis), otetm v > acriQ, q?i «s> 
$9k?iq g.©i ewiaK 1 wewq, ^% 

Qfi?lQ QGQ ©gg^l 9GQ <9I Ql8 EflMIQ 
eaflQI a°€l CQISIQai (eoagulum) & ©Qlcj 
«•« (Serum)gQ asjao $« 1 Q9GQ 33 
gQIQQ a<s (Corpuscles) a© | <]© gc;|Q 

*©l <£ SOT £jQ|Q ©|$ I »l B^€) «4hl 

aGssi ©IQ*I mq 94*1 GQ«1 I 

■a<3Q StelGQ S<?l§© «9 J Q«lfi5 * I 
J3G&£^l£^ €>© (Arterial blood)— sai9l otf) 
^IQ 9©l§© $<J l 0919 94 G©i91 Qlft I * i 
GQOQO© (Veinous blood) shqi ■flqaffq 
9ig 9©l@© §0 I gQGQ aQQIQ. «€Q CJgGQ 
»«1^ aWro ^g^ q© 89IQ* j» q« I 
fllaiM sjo^n GQ96© QlJcj 9^« ^^ G3Q €§ 
SKI I 90«^Q €igQ Q«o| g|q (jr ©gl »] 

gq. q— «. 1 ck^j oi4i a^> rooeiqg G9IQ 

ffQQI— 1. Bubonic s-welling of the thigh 
etc due to glandular disease. } \ a©Q. 

a©fli^GQ ^l<w% 91TO ^e«(«ir% — es>9)- 

2. Menstrual flow; menses. 


^ M §i SLi 5 ^ — 3 - Biaod rektionj kinsman; 
kindred. ** I «g«Q— 4, "Blood rela- 
tionships kinship, 
Q^ ®<§— €Q. ^ ( e. Q% 6 a^Q )— 939 ttiqGQ 
Rakta abu §q^ q^gQ fl ^ ^g 3^91 e«Ji< «i| 

gO©GaiQ—g|^Ooa*<l) — Haematoma. 
Q^ «Bfll€Ii -GQ. 9 ( e. Qglfll^q )-V I Qil^l 3W 
Rakta amasa Qg g^Q| ggg — 1, A disease 

(Q§ aflia^j— a©i^,9) accompanied with bloody 
^^ ^T^W stools. 5 1 QgiQOiQ; ©|S«g ^191— 
^W STOTSra 2. Dysentery, 

Q§ «q©Qf— GQ- ^»— i I Qg Geiia 9§>9I ( GQ«1 ) 
Rakta upachiba 1. Rakta .thopi pai^ibS (See) 
teg Qgp g§)9| — «On%Q; > I Q§ Q©«QI ( G9« ) 
ftbftilH TO ^^ *F5t 2. Rakta pichikiba ( See ) 

Q§9-^. ^ ( Q$+9 ) — t ! aglftQ 99—1. Globe 
Raktaka Amaranth ( red variety )j Gom- 
phraena Globosa. 5 I 9«Q QQ> • 9a Ql 
(€tfi 6 9^)— 2. A plant with red 
blssom; Pentapetes Phoenicia5 Ixora 
Bandhuka, m \ ^g ^^.B^ Red cloth, 
£ I aQqo] q,,q — «4. A person affected 
with love$ an impassioned person 
( Apte ;. + i QQQMt «1©IQ© W§ — 

5. A player} a,sporter. p { ^g ^ — 

6. Safflower. 9 1 QgSg^; Qg g©?|— 

7. ¥ Red variety of horse radish. 
Morunga Hyperanthera. r i ^69*09- 
Ql^d9 — 8, The red variety of castor- 
seed plant. <« 1 QG^iqQ; OI^QQ' — 
9. The red water lily; Nymphae Rubra. 
< Q I Q90l%3 9Q9 CIS— 10. The sappan 
wood. Kt I q^9; G«3Q ( @. a. )— • 
11. Saffron. K> \ QlqQ «?ig -12. An 
amorous man ( Apte ) — e« I Qg ; ^9 
—13^ Blood ( Apte ). Q6i — <. | a^qa] — 

1. Fond$ affectionate. 9 \ aOQo — 

2. f Person ) Attached to$ ensmoured 
of. *i 1 qgqni ( Q. a. ) —3. Sportivej 

frolicsome, v ^| sg^fi 9S$— 4. Red, 


99*0 


( fr*T ) 


Q^' Q®& 


* I Qg«S® — -5, Bloody ( Apte ), ? | 
SQ9I9Q — 6. Pleasing; amusing (Apte). 

09 90*— 69. $ ( *. Sg 90 9)— OGfOOj fflfROQj 
Rakta kaiS qqiqqq— *The red water lily. 

09 9C£— «. 9 — 69$ 31699% OS<ira 919169 — ' 
Rakta kangu Gum-exuding Sal tree. 

Q90^l— *. 9 ( 9$§1@ >~-9S9© qo ( 9. « ) 
RaktakarrfcS. Flacourtia Ramontchi plant^ 

Q9?<Ml)— *. 9* §L° ( 9$§19; €g=qQI5^ + «^=« 
Rakta kantha(ntht) ^Q SJI9I9) — « I A6OI90 9$ 

9g©sjl J * SI9IQ qe> #$—2- Having a 
melodious tone or voice, e. 9 - ? i 
69l9» (§.€!•) -1. Indian cuckoo. > \ 
9KJCWI ( 9. 9. )— 2, BriDJal. • \ ^^ 
OQOQj W« ( 693 ) ( QSiqs )_ 

3, Harita ( See ) 

9^ 90S,— <T. 9~ Gift ETC* 9§^ 99H, SIS ( §. €. )— 

Rakta kadamba A variety of the Nucela 

Cadamba with red flowers* 

99 99Gi>1-S. 9— Q&I 99Q1 (69fll) 

Rakta kadali Champa kadali ( See ) 

Q9 901 — €9, 9,— I I Q%\% 9%a$ — 1. Rag soaked 

Rakta kana with blood, j \ q^ qflsjgQ $,l3W 

<OT3 CW51 gig 9€J9© 6991 G3iq! Q^lg Q ^5 

tgj^RT TO 991— 2, Rags used by "temaies 

during menses and soaked with the 

menstrual bloodj sanitary rag or towel- 

• I S99 9IQGQ Q$% 99 ^91 QglOGQ 
99Q9I 9QI— 3. Bloody ragj rags soaked 

with bloody discharge from the womb 

at child-birth^ 

Q9 90 — ». 9.— (9^« 9)— «. I 99IQ; CQI9QI— 

Rakta kanda 1. Coral. j | a^gj (q # aOQI«Q)- 

(95 909 — aoq^a) 2 Onion. * | ff jQ ^ 

(§. €l.) — 3 » Red-bulbed yam. 

99 on©— e. 9.— oiq q^j 069130— 

Rakta kama]a The red lotus. 

(TOi 3 013— 3Q9Q, «9$l Q3Q, Q9 g^ 69W99, 

w *Fm ai^nr S9l9a9)* 

39 9<J»— S. 9.— V I €ff« 9Q (9. CIQqiQQ) — 
Rakta kambaja J. The blue water lily. 
> I Q§94 90, (S^IO)— 2. Red lotus. 


Q£ OQSlQ-rS.^.— OIQ 9£<?! £TS*— The red Olian- 
Rakta karabira derj Nerium Odorum^ var* 

?— SQ, ae$ia 9351, Rubra, 

ogl qjfl, 509101, Q99SJI [9-—09IQ flO 99lg|]. 
Q9 O^IQ— e. 9.— Qf£* 9Q — 

Rakta kalhara The red water-lily. 

(«9 SW, ^9 69I9Q9, 99 Gtfoo- 90199 ) 
99 oiao—e. 9.— oia sroo&q 91*0 aa— 

Rakta karichana The red-flowered variety of 
9\ — «l*ffia, OI*o|Q > mDuntain ebonyj Bouhenia 
9QI9, «§!€?, ©I*ftQ, Yariegata^ 

oa^O, 919 qj, 990, [9— <9\ Olto ©iQ^QQ t 
9§»1, e«ii(Si g|9 99% 09 I <9I «109a^, aisiO} 

Sim wpsi g<ai^qg ; 9^ 6 9qcm©, 

5fRf ^^j?k -091 g$Q 9lS©g:g9st 9<fgg 1] 

(Q9 Q»tf[ff] - €9. 9a) 
99 9jf 6901— G9^^—t 1 Qgqgtfq 91^9 
Rakta ka^ideba ag^ 9 q a^9iosfil QQ9I— 
5Tf ^r^t 1. To disregard the ties of blood- 
[£§£3 91© 6991— aoi^a] relations, j \ 

C?*W«^t 9i9^ 9fl<*4 9 9Q9I— 2. To exclude a 
blood relation from invitation to one's 
, , social ceremonies. 

(99 9&i(et)Q9i— 190199) 

(99 Of 091, Q9 ^fSQI — 9G€»<3i99) 
Q99ig(§i,9l) — e.9— Qift ^1 ^iQ-.Red variety of 
Raktakanda(nda,nta) hogweed; Serpent Ophy- 
a. 9". OI90I, €19^9, oxilon^ Baerhavia Alata 
SW3, OlfiJ, OlCtOOl^ Rubra. [ <g>— qqq ag Ga 
OiloaoLast^qaQoi, gqg 91 6090 gia^iq 94 
qaiow, iwi, ^ eve^<]@ci9s eo^9 «iiq 
09% 09, gptfo, q^9°ao9ioi9 ^9 §< 

9-e©i,*6q«oi, 9960^ 995 1 ] 

eaiergl, oiq^A i 

^ 1 hq glow 9^1 cqq©QQ|_ 

1. To suffer a great mental 

agony, j \ ®q 99Q$j96Q 01091 — 

2. To weep very piteously, ( ge^isi— 

«no &9919S »w,sq g^i^ico 99 9 910 

99 QIQfig) l ^Q9j qq qo His heart 

bleeda) 


Qg OI©OI— 69- ^ 
Rakta kSndiba 


€to 9I3I3QI 


( 3*"^ 


Q9 Q$R\ 


Q$ 919^91 -«. 9— *OIQ Qal — The rod-flowered . 
Rakta karpasika" variety of the cotton plant. 

Q^ 9IQ— S. Q— (fl. 9. QQ) 63Q QISGqci6Q SQTlQ 
Rakta kasa SIQCT Q^ a SQ — Bloody expector- 
ation Spueturn Cruentum. 

Q^ Qiq— ff. § — 999 €lg— The sappan wood* 
Rakta kashtha Caes&lpina Sappan. 

[a»i *. Q$}9, %oqo, a|Q&Q/e<lcr, Midi, q£hl$g, 
q«9l$, €Q§®, 1QCT, <LQCT9 l] 

Rakta*kitanu $iq— Hoem'atozaj animalculae 

discovered in blood. 

q$%qq*A)9— e. s>— 91a £«* q^oia <9iS69G«fli- 

Rakta k uranta(nda)ka Barleria Cristata, 

»I1»lft(% 5TT«R»S^ T qr ($999 69«) 

Q^ %<8 — *. 9— WQ C 9139 GQa— A kind of 

Rakta kushtha skin-disease, [ ^ — <i^GQ 

QQ9©5l|g ©OIG9191 OGq 6 609310 €g$$ 

6 qfteqci a§ so $<j— §. a. ] 

QftSflfl— *. *"^ I QIQQS; siQeua «s— 1. The 
Rakta kusuma coral tree; Erithrina Falgens- 
[a©i e. (j5cj, aiQ9l©9, 9 i 0103 ciq. hqq $s— 
WI9] 2. A wild timber treej 

irrjE$ Cordia Macleodii. m I 

ItftWlW! 9§9*9 — 3. The red- 

flowered variety of 
«nfafTOt. <t^n Kanchana tree. v | 

IsWR 9g «fS3« «S— 4. The red 

variety of Arka plant. 

q$ <jL<yi— *. ^ (98^8 )— oio«i«ia ($. a.)— 

Rakta kusuma Pomegranate tree. 

9$ $a»i -s. 9— caai (q. «.)— 

Rakta krumija Shell-lac. 


aisaaaj — 


Rakta kesa(sa)ra 1. The coral tree. 

[SQi sr. «§ga, 9§G9d, -> I 9IN4Q CIQ— 2. A tree 

QSllGt, 91969Q9; «§,«- with scented flowers. 

G93Q, S$9, %CT, Rotlaria Tmctoria. 

=rw<awi wAw 


RaktakesI 9g9&9l 99Q (8.a) — Having 

[ Qge^Sfil— %1 ] reddish or auburn hair. 

9$ «IQ«— ?.^(f qjc©)— fl© $J9%6SI€II G%I9I 69IQ 9§ 
Rakta ksha(ra)na «»^9lj 9MI9 — The oozing of 
[sggsj— ao«^a] blood from a wound. 

Q9 GfQQ— ?. 9~- Q§9& &a*iqqjSI «9Q Q9 — 

Rakta khadira The red-juiced sort of Mimosa 
[atfs tf.QIfl— a^, aSSQQ, Cafcechu 3 Acacia 
q#€®l99, ©IS9I99, Catechu. [Wl 69«t] 

sit o, sgaQ^, 9§a9* ? %siq ] 

Q§» ^39 6991—69. 3— Q9^!»3 QS 9*® 6991— 
Rakta kharapa heba Impurity of blood. 

Raktakhai A sort of medicinal plant- [ Qi — 

qqq 6 eigsfjaj I <%$ qqq 6 et» q©6Q 
q9i 9S Q 0Q» 3Q 91? 6(^a 696R 6«H?- 

Rakta khanda(rda)ba A kind of date palm- 

Q§>aai -sq. q«. 4 - (die)— * i 6a «Q© ai» «gq> 

Raktakhia oJq©|8|QQIQ— 1. (A. term of filthy 
^^C^<P1, 3WRprt abuse) One who drinks the 
SlSffW menstrual flux. > I CSlSi© QQ^ «n9Q 
Q§ai»»l^ — 2 . Blood-thirsty^ sangui- 
nary. [ ^~<9IQ 4I&CF919Q €!Q (Qg<3IQ) 
Q^IGQ Qt^O §« ffl^* i] 9169. (99»©l©)— ■ 

(SftO^I— a© 1 * ©a. %a) €i§«:ft(e9«l— Raktakhai. 

(See^ 

q^qcpi— ?r. § («©.«ra «2 S9ae 9hq««)— ( qs* 

Rakta ganga ea«96Q 6 W9SH aioe€J)S»Q99l9 

[q^qq — aoiq.a] 8Q yiq«i^6Q 9^91 Q^cgioi; 

€$a<}Q QQEJ9I9— River of bloody copious 

flow oi blood (on a field of battle 

or in a slaughter-house). 

Q$a(a)©QI--69.9--G«IQ «« 6Gll9€j69QI;9i©»Q69$ . 
Rakta ga(pa)rdiha 91®, GSli^, GQW, ftCT, S ff 

[Q§«?»! — aff^a] ^^ 699«>ig§ 69IQ opS^i — 
TO»f£t The swelling o£ the limbs (legs, hands^ 
^ g^cHHI scrotum, penis, female breast) due to 


W* 


ǤCWM> 


< $£o* 


sg W 


elephantiasis. [Q— ^©Ggl^Qg ci$>9iq 
WIQQ, GGfSG[ q^g, QCfq 9IQq$l, gQq 

eio^g G9iQai<i {] 

QQ> C$9 — S. 9— 20Q9 6 aiETQIGQSlQQ qja q — 
Rakfca gandhaka The gum myrrh3 Balsamo- 
^tm ^foiWfa dendron Myrrh, 

Q$a©i— e. e— mcwm (8. a)— 
Raktagandha Aswagandha (See) 

«$ QQQ G«€»l~ G<5». Q — e I (fiftseiaj 901© GSIdGQ 
Rakta garama heba ajpQ g$>9Ij 3$ Q9f 91 — 
[Q§ ©9f9I — Wm^q] 1, (figurative) Being in a 
3^ «t?R $&St ^ of rage. 

olj iror €Wl •> I 9IG)fi 6910991'— 2. Becoming 

road. 
Q$ Qtyl — *. 9 1 ($&ll) — QIQ QIQ1S — 

Rakta gunjS Abrtis Prectorius (red-seeded 

variety) 

qq q<a— e. 9 -srpatf goo-, itecaWQ SBJ^S eqa- 

Rnkta gulma 9683; ^Q1«D G9AIQ — A female 
disease; a hard lump formed in the 
abdomen; ovarian tumour* Soirrhus 
ofthe ovarium. [ Q — <<$\ G9S €13>6Q «G9 
•SGS 99 G3SSJI© sS G9IQSIW 6 QSH9, giQtj 

w Q$e gss6q 91390 i] 

$9ijte— *. WL°. (9§Ql@; Qg+G)l9l)-g!9lQ G9« 
Raktagriba 9IS*— Red-throated. 3. 9 — aiq~ 
[QS$19I — %]] Pigeon (Apte.) 

Q9Q3 ©jqq^i— e. 9 (aw©Q §G^ici)— GqaQcaq; 

R ktagharma nifcsarana GQ9% Q§9§ G^q 

®Q99 — Hcemathydrosis$ oozing out 

of blood-cole ured perspiration^ 

Q$ M(eQ»e9)Q— W^-^.1 GO?* 1 9«I§Q q€t 9|«GQ 

Rakta ghe(bhe 5 he)r5 QlQqjQ ^Q $fiN>l — LGoing 

[€J§G«aq §6191 — § ] round and round a person. 

2. Whirling in a circle. 
Q$Q ~ *•. 9— Gq§©Q (GQGl) 

Raktaghna Rohitaka (See). 

Q$€j1— 9°. 9— «3« <^9 — 
Raktaghni A kind of Doob grass; Panicum 

Dactylon. 

Rakta chakshuk n$ Q§9§ G$9li QGP «S — 
Q^GQS lao^g ! - Effusion °* bl o:i in 


9^G«©a J 


the globe of the eye; 


blood-shot eyej Hsemalopia. j \ Q|££|£f. 

q<3t$Q «Q§GQ©9 — 2, Eyes reddened 
through a fit of anger. 

£g©S 910*01 — GO. $—(9ffm&) 6«fel£ 9^ $866} 
Raktachakshu kanjhiba «Q ■§ ^ G99I* ffl^eii® 
Q^OS G9«!(G<a)Q9l 1 ©*Q 9i-( figura- 

Q§C>S 9I3IQ QQ9I j* ^ tive) To .show 
^W^pTOH WfeTOIt) ! red eyes; to burn 

c3Ks?3|ft3 fsr^tSRT. with rage 

Q© ee--e. 9— (ofldi; Q§+ot)- 01^ a$i— 

Rakta cbanchu Red beak, 93 {^ag §)-oi^- 
aS en— Red-beak ed. 

Rakta chandana 1, The red sandal- 
[act g»— QAQ&QSQ Pterocarpua Santaninus 3 
qoC 1 ©, %flll9, Qgl§, Pterocarpus Santalinus 
©IfQIQ, Olflja, ©QQ, (Kirtikar), 

©WIQ, Gq^©, Gq^QQQQ, [ 5— <§>! ©Qft ©|Q]q 

VQQQQ; QgQIO, 99IOG I Q] QG^ l] J I 9Q9 Qg— 

2- The red Sappan 
^^ 5**t^ wood. * t ©igiQ — 

^T«T^^rrj *3rera?5?T 3. Saffron. 

G®. <3CJQS1^ qgoo 01. 69Qq|69fl 

Q^qQQ Gq9l(GQ)©9l— OT.S-ac^ G^iaGQ(9l9IGQ 
Rakta chaula choba(be)iba qq\® q qq) 9GQAGQ 
C^C^f fefire ^?T e^ClG) G99I — To be burning in 
m% ^r^5I f?3RT anger. 

q§ qs— «. 9 (ay©o geqia) e 1 G99cq e§ «^qq 

Rakta chapa epg — 1, Blood pressure. 

[<j>- f^efJ^Q^ gSq?1|99 (arteries) ^j|g^ 
GQ9SI© 4«IQ® G^fQ qS §q (veins) 
9|SS f Q^ eCTQ HG9 I Ǥ e^Q CIICIQ CiQ 
OQ gi^€€) OQ Q<a SQfl|^!GQ G)g Q8GQ €^a 

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9^IG> ©IgQfllG^ §Q QQSI&Sk G9G9 

©fl fl Sl§0 Mil S60SI QQQ9qqGQ Q§Q C^QQ 

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©Ql 91Q 93a G£IQ CGR ©Q© ^8 &?i 

or 3 so ©sc© ?*o ? $0 99'G© 1**, 
S>* 99*6© ttf* [ «£Q©|© AdvaBce 8*©| 

©ftqasi© 0Q— s. 9 (ad©o)-Gat5 ac^iq 6991©**$- 
Raktachapamana jantra qqq <j^q© qqq ^qq 

aQfllfl €>#1© §<— Haemodynamometer; 

sphjgometer. 
©ft ©Q<— G©. 9— V I ©§ ©9© (GO*) — 
Rakta chits 1, Rakta cbitraka (see) 
ll'm C#t^T J I 9SWQ Q^iq 9©il©i<3]© SjqtG© 
olgStf few ©$I9©I QQQ— 2. Painting on one's 
©g©QI9 q I , forehead" with the 

©g©©|9|%f '® SQ BO T? blood of the killed 

being . 
; ©ft©©t ©Q©| — G9. «— 9© ©i§© Qg%Sfl5 ©8i©6© 
Raktacbita kariba" q&q ©l$9l— 
3^3 rfflM *fsit To smear one's brow with the 

ap»r aiw Star blood of a victim. 

[©$©©! ©(G©)©©l — ttfl^o] 

[Q — OI9ItffleQ ©f© «g GQ qeifll6QG©fa3 
©n©§i fl|Q QQlQQi^ 2HGQS GQGQqSIQft 
«llG94l3|QQQ|g ©1©©^ ©§^GGi G<3 5 ©^gig 
Q1§^ 9l3 ©191© ©$ 9C© «3 G9GS* 9* 
W ©§£© ©01 €Q© WO 9M ©Q9, aai© 

Q9 ^19 90 G9IQ?1$I ©SCjGQ ©t9GC?9 
G96?i 6 ©IW16Q 9*1 a§ G9 9Shl ©©Ql^i 

Q©gl9 91ft ^ ©*1ft OI6© Q^'QQM G9IQ 
01^ © qiQ, «55iq ©3 6 eciifo ©G9Q© ©9 

«l2i ©Ql£^G9© G9ia ©§ GQ^qeQdas© 
©sis qq 31$ G9IQ qoi aosg 6«>e© ©af- 

Waaig 919 % ai«n q©fir wss© sjsuia© 

-©ft €>«©— tf. 9— fl 39639; QIQ QQiqty Q€T©©I— 
Rakta ohitraka Plumbago Rosea; Plumbago 
!_«©<< 3.9 IS -—$<39 a, ©IQ, 


OlOflO, a©HlG), 
aq , 9lW f 919©, 

©SICPj S9ICT, 


Coccinea. 

(^ — «qQ 9Q ©Haa; <9IQ 

flQ Wig I <9l^i ©I? 

GQ96Q QfiliQ G9€Si ©fl^l 

§§ 3IQ QI2B 6 G£TIS©I G9IQ 

Ql< I <J9I SJy SteaGQ 


Wf5«t, ^^f^5t, ^#5T Qqi^fflQ QIQ16Q QG© I ) 
I A. Q®©^ ». <©«©«, ©I. a ©g.©?© I 

j 3$ «$— e. Q—^| Sffja— 1. Red lead. y \ q\$ 

Rakta churnna qgi— 2. Red powder. 
Q?,9^-G©. Q <tf. q 9+ ^)— Q99G© ©§l© 9Q| 

Raktachhau flQ , q (Q — R e d scurf* 

9ft flf (9)01— W^— g^© G9I© ©I^GQ ©I qQl 9Q G Q 
Rakta chiti(r^j)ka a W , ©gQQ^^Splashes 
5^?f^t ^%wr .. of blood. 

Raktaja Produced from blood. 

q^ qto-,. w fe3+®©ai^+©f.a)_aq!QG© ©0 
Rakta janaka Qqj© W ig (®gaiQ)-H^ma- 

poietiej blood-produ- 
oing (medicine etc). 

Rakta jantuka ^q^ Earthworm. ^, QgQ ^ 
gififl — 2. Any red animal, 
©9 091 -e. Q-etQti wiq gQ-Red china rose. 

Rakta jaba (q^ fl©|Q-TO,q.a) 
©ft efl©l-€©, ©-<. I qq] H ^ Qfpa q|9,cqq^ 
Rakta jamiba ©|9I t\qp €9©l— 1* Coagulation 
TO Wt # of blood. -> I ©g 0991 ( G93 )— 
^1 surer 2. Rakta gargiba ( See ) 

©ft ©§-*. 9. (9§©1§3 ©9=©9©i+©9 ( )-^9_ 
Rakrajihwa The lio n . 9Si ^©§©4 ©9,- 
(©S©9I""^1) 99^i— Having a red tongue. 

©ft ©Q— ^. 9'fl.e.GQ) — <3© S©|© ©q-^, 
Rakta jwara Scarlatina; scarlet fever. 

[© - < Q p^©Q O^fl^Q op^ 9^ g ^ (§ W(SU 

©ft SQ-sr. 9— ©§ OS© G99I Giaiq* ©I© C9©l9ia«i 

Rakta jwara ©[Qqg g Q 9GS<a-An iriflama- ' 
tory fever attributed to vitiated blood 
©ft «t@l— G9. 9— ©glQSI©-- 

Rakta jharda Dysentery. 

(Qg 9©l^ ©9 9191©^, ©g Gai«a^ — aoiqo) 

^^^^ org 2ft 

©ft «a1— S. 9— q©9© 3 ©IQ 9igG©GQ<*l qp- 
Rakta jhinti A purple species of Barleria. 


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Q§,fcta G@©l — GQ. 9— qpiQSKQ CKJ4MQ G9Q G©» 
Rakta tana heba (a«|© OlflGSialQQ «W>1) — 
3F5 5 F5t Excess of passions due to youth, 

QQ,*]©! — GQ. 9-Qg ©©I M GQ« ) 

Rakta tika Rakta chita 2 ( See ) 

Q^Gfci(6ai)9l— GQ. ©-Q^Q §Gj- 

Rakta to(tho)pa Drop of blood. 

Q«Ve*l(Gai)0— TO. 9-t I Q$Q «o W — 
Rakta to(tho)pi 1. Small drop of blood. 

agtftfa^t OQQ, §®Q, ejq) $Q — 2. A small 

point put on the forehead with some 

red paint. 

Rakta tunda Red-mouthed. 

(Q§ $gi— <1) 9— V a9l 3 4«— Parrot. 

Rakta tundaka p|^ — Earthworm. 
Q$ «€ll — ST. $— aig $QGQ fiKJ «l <IQ 9QIQ ©3; 

Rakta txuna GCIIfljf QljGCII^ fl ai— A sort of 

^WS *lfe^t grass growing in cornfields. 

[q—OI QWfa GQISQ qjiVNW fll<*i Ij 
Q$ Wl(«0— «r. 9 (a. S.GQ)— Q§ Saiol (G<?a ) 

Rakta tiusha(shna) Rakta pipasa" ( See ) 

Q$ G©0— 6Q 9. (fitffSllrf) — t ! SQjSiGQ 0^9 «§Q 

Rakta teja gjgg Q ©§)© gigi — 1. (figurative) 

~$£W% V&§ Healthy and sound condition of 

SJg^Kt&sr the body due to healthy blood. 

> I G9feQ ©&© Ql Q9Q g§iQgies>© «IQ Ql 

StS} 1 — 2, Sprightliness due to healthy 

blood (on account of youth or sound 

health); exuberance of spirits due to 

healthy blood in the system, 

Rakta tejah Flesh (Apte). 

§§fc «$©-*. Q— <■ I Gift ©§§> fiW&l— 1. A sort of 
Rakta tribrut creepers Operculina Turpethun^ 

•iWC^fs * f SSQ (91ft)— 2. A sort of lentil- 
SI, GQ3J© ©21Q Lens Esculenta; Ervum Hirsutem. 

» I G«^IQl (©l«k) — 3. A sort of lentil; 

Ervum Ciccalens; Lathyrus Sativus. 


Q^Gai9 fl^OI— GQ. 0—^a SqiQGQ Qq$ q^q si^g, 
Rakta thopi pardiba q$H fl tf" 6 GQQ QglQ 
^*t?*t*i<5t G<?«ll<3QI-~-Rosy appearance of a 
«lg CT*"«ff person due to exuberance of healthy 
<Q9 $99QI~ «Qiq,9) blood in the body. 

QftOIQ— GQ. 9— GJfll, QI& $8 a^GQ (30^91 qdQ. 
Rakta daga Q^Q ©q — Marks of blood left on 
3WN ofg^r ^HT cloth, wall or ground. 

Q^Q^OI-Q , 9 («9 + 99 + « + «)— G5QI; ^iqr 
Rakta dantika ^9^651^ — Goddess ChaiujL 

Q9 QOl — «•. Q— ©if) — 

Rakta dala Pulse; vein. 

(soh g°, ftia— aajQij QGat© «?Wl, »«fl, ff^«i, flooi, 

«d«hl, aOlQl, g^iol, 9^5! QQOIj Sfl^lj §©l ) 1 

Q$ 910-e 0—^ 1 (w»qq)~ Gofaa Q^a g^q]^ 

Rakta dana Q%\Q$\ flit? ©I GQ9GQ SI^IQi 090- 

(«9 TO^I*^iqa) 9»9^ ^©GQGeG©^ 9«9 Q9 

0JJQ9I 9iQ ©»W9% ©!gQ«" flQ Q§ 

©aQ^I 9IQ G99I— Letting some blood 

to be taken out of one's body by the 

doctor to infuse it into the body of a 

bloodless patient, f I ( ^g^lia ) ao^ qiq 

5>»Q SIS QflGI 91 gitfiai© ©Q9I— 2. Sacrificing 

one's life for the benefit of another. 

Q$ <jft(%) — *. — GJgQ §€© «Qgl— Impoverished 

Rakta dushta(shti) or impure bloody tainted 

or vitiated condition of blood. [q> 

^GSliq W| Gqet <$< I €}§6Q GQ)^1§ ^<3 
3GQ€I 9GS5 O^GQCI, ^>«i, waf«i, q^aQ 
GQiCl §< 6 q^9&j QGi I ] 

Raktadiuk €1Q ) — Q§p| ©fixity -Having" 

(Q§GO«-— aoi^a) blood-shot eyes; having 

blood-red eves. § — V I QGai©^ ©iQ^j 

OGSQ — 1. Dove. J I QiQI— 2. Pigeon 

(Apte). 

\ — 9". 9— «B«gQ^©— Eyes red with anger. 

Rakta diushti [ ^— §q§ G9tQ« $Q9§j Q^^f 1 

W. G?G9^€l9ftig I ] 

Q9 dl^— ^. ^>— * I ( eftu ) 9§9§ £l|^—l. Any 

Rakta dhatu red metal, j | qip- Qsy— 

2, Copper. *> I GQ% flit— 3. Red chalky 


■ iiirii— ntt rni ii iimM 


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9$ 339* 


red ochre, v | ( qa« ) Q99S ai$ 9639; 
Q$£— 4. The bloody an element of the 
body, * I 9Q0IQ— 5. Orpiment 

( ApteK 

q$ uiq— G9 t 9 (s # . 9§ aiq)— 9%9 651©; aiq9i969 

Rakta dhara 9Q9I Qqj— Flow of blood- *the 
lQ§»l^l— ff- %9) flow of blood like a current. 

«9 9<a— e. 9 ( %ae>; Qg+cwa )— <■ \ 9§aQQi$G9 

Rakta nadi 9g99l9— yl. River of bloody 

(<SV$QQ— 69. %a) blood flowing like river- 

5 I g$9 Q§ai9— 2. Copious discharge 

of blood. 

9$ 9q9--3.9 — V I (Qtfai)^6<ae© ©$— L Blood- 

Rakta cayana shot eyes; blood-red eyes. 

* I (9^9) ©-§3 Q 9l — 2 " Tne partridgej 

(c$ 9^91— %1) Perdix Rufa. 94. g» (999I9) 

— Q^OSqESqi — Red-eyed, 
9§}> 91©— q\ 9— '919 aio — 

Rakta nala A kind of pot herb. 

QgQigQ— 3°. 93. Ep ( 99 + Q19Q1. 9§^1§ ) — 
Rakta nasika fflgj 9lQq$ — Having red nose. 
(Q9 ©i8oi— *1) 9—9909; Gaq— The owl. 

Q§ 9*99£i— s*. 9 ( 9$ ©© )-9$gi9— 

Rakta nihsarana Discharge of blood, 
9$ 9IQIQQ — q\ «*^1 — G=3Q ^sa^iq G99% 9§^9 
Rakta nihsaraka ©< — (mpdicine) Promoting 
haemorrhoidal discharge^ Haemagogue, 
Q§> €i*gjQ€1 — g*. 9 — S99% 99^19 QQQ9I — 
Rakta niljsarana Causing blood to be dis- 
charged from the body. 

99 atfia— q<\ 9 ( aa^Q gcsjw) — «toq $319 iq 

Rakta nirmana «Kytl9% 9§ 3g© G99I — 

Sanguificatioa; blood-making} a func- 
tion of the system which changes chyle 

into blood. 

Q§G©I(«D^(fii)*lfl— 69. 9«-— (*- Q9GQW)— 

Rakta n§fi(lau)nu (lu)hana gq'isr Qg|q — 

^!W 3^t^ Besmeared with blood throughout 

the whole body, 
[99 9(9)q($) %9l«— a9i%o] 

9ga— s. 9«. gv— (q9+bi at%+9s£. w)— 99- 

Raktapa QIOQI^ 63 9§ g<j — Blood-drinking; 

(Q99I— qj) blood-sucking. 9- — $33— A 

blood-sucking goblin or demon. 


Q§ 09— *•. 9.— (9&»1; Q^+ag)— ^ 1 ©iQa6Q<s(— 

Rakta paksha 1. Red wincr g< y \ (qqqi q)— 

9^9—2, Garurda, the king of birds* 

93. (jp.—Q^QaqS*— 'Having red wings. 

Q§ 9Q©— q°. 9.— (99^8)— WHflia [<j>9W]— 

Rakta pakshati , Rohi fish, 

Q^agl ©IQQ — QIG9. (C19010) 9-— q$6Q q»IQr 

Raktapata jagiri 319131 QQ^9l G9I9I9I9 99© 

3^9 9§69 G^«H99Q9ig 99 991 ©ICiQ — 

The service-tenure granted to a 

warrior in writing done with the 

blood of his victim. 

99 9^91 -69. 9— S. I eg« W\q £99% Q§ 91919915 

Rakta p*rdiba 99-3193 gei9IG$ 91 q§><« 9ISS 91 

g^*FSl gqia QeerQ93l9 G99| — Bleeding due to 

Sljifkar disease^ hemorrhage. [ Q — $L9i 9|Q£ 

9$ 9991— aa*, qshia« l 
gfli9 9ie$ 99 e?>9l— 9§ 6fl9 i 

q]fll9?9 8qiQ99 995,19— 99S99 I 
910 QIC* 9^ 0^91— Efltfq I 
9^ 9IGS 99 9§)9i— 9^ 91$ 1 
9I^%€§ 8^)91— 3931, 99198 i 

$191 36cr 99 a§>9! — e^iflisi^, Q^i^giQ 1 
3QIQ9I Ifcrigf gcGp 99 9$9i— qgsfii Q 
^ 1 9i©9 91 99IQ9 a°a 9Sa<3 90IQ eretf&i ; 
.99 €J§)Q! — 2. Temporary swelling of 

any part of the limb; affectation of 
^ the glands, 

Q9 G^iQl — Q°. 9- — * I 916*8) 9^9 9©I9I — 
* Rakta pataka 1. Red flag, j \ {g^^\Si) — 

q.QSQ 91 9£hl6Q99 S^ €9919 aCQI»9Q9 
91 Q9iflG9 GC'©^— 2. Leadership of a 
movement where bloodshed is inevitable. 

» I 9© €19 9 q^QQS Q 90101 - 3... Blocdy 

flag} flag besmeared with the blood of 

the killed enemy, 

Q$ 03— Q°* 9.—^ I (Qtfai) ©lft«l Q«— 1. ^ed leaf^ 

Rakta patra 5 I ( 9$^$ > 9§ 9Q—2. Red 

water-lily. 9tf.— ( 9^9) — 1 *l 9lSi 

9*99 — 1 - Re^-leafed. > | ff|g* a|a^|- 

qo- »2. Red-petallad. 

Q§> 9^91—^. 9.— 1 I 99 919 (S9«)— 
Rakta patrika 1. Rakta kanda (?ee). 

3 I 91fi*9$— a.Red leaf, 
• I 91ft 919969 ©Wl ©6—3. A red note. 


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-QGJ, S<3I —AT. 9 - RS§5 QQ^fiil 8 8 — 

Rakta padi A sensitive creeper or plant} 

[s/Ch 3° — RWSI, £&!$, Lycopodium; Myroosa 
©Wqi, a$9lo1, Pudioa. [<q>— <j§l 

Rakta padixa Rakta kamala (See) 

■t QiflQfll— fl°. $ ! (#$1©©)— (*[TO) GQCQ ©9IP «fl9 
Rakta pariksha s>^9tf|3 GftteiS Ci®q GQ9S 
Q^Q $$4190 sgsi— Blood-examination- 

•Qft 8WQQ— S.W.— Q9^SL ae 9^ 0©0|(SKtert— 
Rakta parishkaraka Blood-purifying (medi- 
cine, herb.) 

Rakta parisra" Rakta mdtra (See) 

-q$ e^Q— €i°. e.— ^ I [otfai]— ©ift* a$-i. Red 

Rakta pallaba leaf. > \ [Q$gQ] flG3l© 9s— 

2. The Asoka tree; Janesia Asoka- 

€)^9I— ST. 9«l.— QQQQ %1<RCT— The feminine of 

Raktapa Raktapa, $,— v | g»|Q ; QG&qi — 

1. Leech. > | gggj. Q|9|^. ©|© W _ 

2. A female goblin; an imp. 

Rakta pakj QWsg 3 $$£] — Solanum Indicumj 
?fjj^ Solanum Hirsutum, [ 9 — <$jq aq 93. 

flo 3IQQGQ flea I J 

Rakta pani Blood mixed with \rater. * 

^ €9«l CM$) %lG3©fllO? QS>I> Gff^ a|S~ 

2. Menstrual flow- menstrual discharge 

■q$ aiStGSQi— go. e.— (oa««a)-©9iGft 91 $^9 

Rakta pani heba 3^9 91 a€)g j G9Qi— Being 

W OT ^ W*t 9E qtft £frr struck with 

terror or anxiety. 

[«$ aid ffl* flei, 9$ qigsiq SSI- «o^a] 
€)$ 810— ST. 9—^1 CO)— 1 I OOQItfjfct g^ 

Rakta pata q^ 9191391— I. The spilling 01 
Mood of a slaughtered animal on th© 
ground. ^ | q^ W(Q qq^iq ^i q, 
3L^©Q £K)j£ — 2, Murder or grievous 
hurt caused by shedding of blood; 


bloodshed. • \ Q$©efa©j ^ G9I99I, 
Q$9IQ— 3. Flowing of bloody haemor- 
rhage, v I CKfcj SQQQ|Olo Q$Q©WQ$|— 
4 Uterine haemorrhage. 
Q$9I0! — flf. 9. %1— (Q©0IO + a 3 Q$ CaiSeiflQ 
RaktapatS 319 3<31«%©l<5>l QQa|© Qq«) — ©c»7©l> 

€91© — Leech. 

Q^9IQ~S. Q— (©#^€19 + 9|Q)— * 1 OlQSJGCtl^— 

Rakta pada 1, Red leg. 9 I (9$^$) fl.09ffll— 

2- Parrot, x* ( q^Qa — 3, A war-chariot 

(Apte). v| 9g1 — 4. An elephant (Apte). 

W (Q§^^) GQg© OQtfiqg— Red-legged. 

Q9 Qi<3l— q°. Q— Q^aqi (G9«) — Raktapadl (See) 

Rakta padi 
Q$ BIQ— 30 ^ (^^ 00) — 1 1 (c©|0,?(? «Q «!Q) — 
Rakta pana «!©<) 9n^« G99^^ ^iq €)9 Gfll€9| 

1. Sucking of blood from the body of 
animals (said of blood-sucking animale) 

* I TOO^Q Q9$l ■8QQI—2. Drink- 
ing of the blood of a killed b9icg. 
Q^9iq1— g°. Qtfi. v (d^-l-aiai^— §Q9i+«§. q<?)- 
RaktapSyi t| GsaQ'^V Qg 0199GQ — 1. Blood- 
(Q^QI^fll— aj) suckingj drinking blood, ^| easf 

sis qiwqigq «o^ «n^e GQ^^^^aiQ QQgj 

(Ml— aai^ 0QG9IQ, ^Qr» QCiK>>— 

2. Any blood-sucking animal, «n | gog 
— 3 # Louse, t 1 aQ^Q!^— 4. Bed bug. *| 

il G©|©^ — 5. Leech. 
QSt QIQQ — «l*. P—^CTQ — Verm lion 5 cinnabar. 

Rakta parada 

QSfc£3QQII— GQ. ^—11 9© £!1?GQ9% Q^aiO 0Q9I — 

Rakta pi-ibS 1. To drink blood, 5 \ Q19 g<?9Q 

^VtR^I m$W\ €19 GSli^^ QQOI— 2. To suck 

blood out of an animal's body 

* I (QSWIia) (CSQQ^ €HQ^ GOIf Qgll QQ 

Ql«3Q§9<! ) G«7tfl9 9*«@9_ 9QmI 9Q91— 

3. (figurative) To kill a person. vi 
(Qfl^lS) flO«^BfiJWl6ieO , « 9! SWQ 0Q9I- 

4. To make a person lose strength 
( figurative ). ( geij— p* ^_ 

W9% Q^ eQciG^Si) I * I (aig) aQoaio- 
^9Q CI^IOQO oisi gQQI— 5. (a term of 
vile reproach) To drink the menstrual 

discbarge. 


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*Q9> S©(©)9I fllQQI—GQ. $.— GQ9Q CGta§ alO 
Rakta pich-(3hi)ka maribs ©?QGQ ©@§. Q$ 9©- 

«9 sq(e)wt 1 «IQ 9IWI6IQ §?9I — To spurt 

/■aOicjQ oat ( said of gushing 

Q9 90(©)Ql J blood from a wound). 

Rakta pichhuli qp— Name of a medicinal 

plants Gouania Leptostachya [ q — 4$ 

a§Q Gag aaS§ 99Q qiq 6 scia©^ 
aiai I <J9!Q G2S19, GfllfR^Qo 9 «iq 91? 

«€J9a^— q- 9.— t 1 (9%) ©a) 9^90 q§; q^q 

Eakta pinda GQIAe — 1 A. ball of clotted blood, 

9 I [otfal] Q^Q§ GaiQQ— 2. A bloody-red 

ball. * l (9$5flQ) 091 Q| 9QIQ ep — 3, Red 

china rosej Habiscus Rosa; Sinensis. 

v l 9ffi $9 $G€13— 4. Name of a small - 

tree? Ventilago Madraspatana. * | 

S<3!QGQ Q9MQ1 fi$S> <1Q3Q!Q GQ3 — 

5. Plethora, p | qg % QiSl 6 flS^ SJQ3© 

6&Q GSQ Q9 9^1 G^ei— 6. Spontaneous 

discharge of clots of blood through 

the mouthy the nostrils and the anus. 

9 \ Q\Sk® 921 — 7- Red boil; red pimple 

(Apte). r 1 9<sj si§tQHl*iQ qroMqo© 

qglQ 6*i«96era— 8. Eruptions of red 

colour which are the symptoms of 

approaching leprosy. 

Rakta pincjaka Red kind of-yami Dioscorea 

siff g*fc ^K *w«B Sativa * 

-qq «$«(©)— 6Q. * (*. Qg9«)-Q9P9 tew) - 

Rakta pindul'aQi) Raktapinda. (See [ Q— 
3W* Pte 9Q©§1tfQ QO «, ^9 ^^l SQi^OQ— 

«r *?r Sflfllo 1 ] 

•Q9?l§}— a*. 9— m 6$WGera> cs^ cqaec* 01© 6 

Rakta pitta SWIG* <«»i *<W ^9 SG<?— 

1, A disease consisting of bloody 

discharge through mouth and nostrils. 

5 I 8$gG?iaTO© Q9$£— 2. Derange- 


ment of blood produced by bile (Apte). 

G9. 9 —99*199 $C3<a —Ventilago 
Madraspatana (tree)- 

Raktapittaghna Antidote fur hoemorrhage. 

[ 99^91— aQ1%9 J e— «9<§jl (G9«)— 

Raktaghni. (See) 

Q^aaiQi— g*.9(aa,€Q) - v t (9h1^iq^q)«9?iiqqqqiq 

Rakta pipasa QQ\ — 1. (of tiger etc} Desire to 
drink bloody thirst for blood. > |*(Qadio) 

2. (figurative) A deaire to kill people. 

Q^aaiq — r. w— ? i % gig qqs% qsq— 

Rakta pipasu 1. Blood-thirsty, j \ qq^©, 
QQ^I^agqQ— 2. Thirsty after human 
blood. * I ©€irs — 3, Murderous. 

Q9 qQffQI— «°. 9-09Q'9l <N«) 

Rakta punarnaba RaktakSndS. (See) 

( Qg I9«i1— eQae%a ) 


-q*. 9<51 ( Q@51§ ) — QIS4 ff^qg-Red- 

Rakta pushpa flowered. Q— ^ | ( o^dl ) Qi^gfl 

CJSft — 1. A red flower, j | (9>§Ql9) Qg- 

QQSfl «<a —2. Red oleande^ Nerium 

Odorum. » i GQ^®9 99—3. Andersonia 

Rohitaka ( tree ). v I QgQtBW — 

* 4 Mountain Ebony^ Bouhenia Verie- 

gata. * I ©10*1 «2— 5. Pomegranate 

tree, $> I 9© 9*3; 8IGI§ Clg — 6. Sesbania 

Grandiflora. 9 \ q$ q. q*Q Mj6 £TQ — 

T.Isora Bandhuca (trea and flower), r | 

©iaGQSQ 93—8. A flower treej Mesua 

Ferra. « I 9I« a Q^ a 2 ( g9iq« )— 

9 The rdd-flowering variety of Calotro- 

pis Gigantea, 

Q9 q«9— «. «> -^ 1 aaa 99— l- Btttea Frondosa 

Rakta pushpaka (tree). > 1 99© A8-2. Silk 

<X3ttoQ tree; Bombax Heptaphyllum. 

« I G«OQ 9^-3. Andersonia Rohitaka 

(tree), v , oiea^Q; Oiae«IQ— *• -^esua 

Ferra. * I aa%— 5. A medicinal plant 5 

OldenlandiaBiflora.; 9 1 fHO»« — 

6. The coral treej Erithrina. 


«£«! 


( 9t*9 ) 


Q§^^ 


§9 qjl— 3. 9— t I S3© 09—1. The silk cotton 

Rakta push pa treej Bombax Heptaphyllum. 

5 ! Q$ gpOQI (^q<a)— 2. The red 

variety of bog weed. 

Q9qi9l— ff.$ — ?! tiM% Q©€QI«— 1- Lycopodium 

Rakta pushpika plant. 5 1 q^ g®Q9l — 2 * Red 

variety of hog weed . 

Q9 qiV- ST. 3— * I aigol eg— 1. The trumpet 
Rakta pushpi flowerj Bignonia Suaveolens. 
J I SDQ^QI QQI-— 2 Name of a red-flower- 
ed creeper. *> | ®|q QM; QiS 9HS11 3®, — 
3. Indian wormwood; Artimisa 
Vulgaris, v \ Q^\ «$— 4. Croteava 
Roxburgh! (tree). +|QQI}flQlQ — 5. China 
rose; Hibiscus Rosas Synensis 9 I Q9- 
Q§ Q$ Q§3i §9-6. Trees having red 

flowers. 

99 0®QI— ^ 9-«l« 6G|Q Q©l— The red species 

Rakta ptitika of Poi creeper} Basella Rubra. 

$9099— ft*. «— 9«»«l5 $ 9 % W ^9— Acid 

Rakta purka extracted from vegetables or 

herbs. 

€19 gdi® Ul$— «T. 9-Q§ fll<W q$ aww «93l- 
Kakta pradhana dhatu Sanguine tempera- 
ment (characterised by soft skin, ruddy 
complexion, blue eyes^ auburn hair, 
frequent pulse., large veins, and vivid 
sensation.) [ Q— <$Q G}S<a— GQ9Q 9§ 

«lQ «©, GWQ 9SI 8l3 69IQ QgQI I ] 
Q9 §|G9— 9°. 9— CT96Q IfcftrQ 0€&«© QgSQiQ— 
Rakta prabaha Circulation of blood in the 

body, 

qq 3QI9— Q\ § — Q§Q 631©* — Current or flow of 
Rakta prabaha blood , 

Q9 QQI@9 »l® (©1)—«l # . 9—6096} 9^5 ^M— 
Rakta prabahaka nSrdi (rdi) Artery, 

Q9 S?I«— ^°- ^— * 1 Q* 9QTO— 1- The red 
Rakta prasaba Oleander*, Nerium Odorum. 
^Itsrftft J I 01$ GQa^S^; 210,1©$— 2. Red 
5TI«r *OT^3?T variety of globe amaranth. 

QQ — tf\ § (q^^)_ 9$ 9s— The banyan 
Rakta phala tree. 


Q9TOI— «». 9—*. I $$Q\) Wj CTI% 8» W— 

Rakta phala 1. A cucurbitatious creeper; 

Memordica Monadeplha. ? I q$Q$ <?lflQ 

qqi— 2. A variety of creeper. [<<£— «9IQ 

Q9 effQO— ?°. s-ot^ — 

Rakta phenaja The lungs. 

Q9 €»%]— ST. 9— *%J3&\> Q§1 M9 — 

Rakta bati Small poxj variola. 

Q$ Q»S-«'. 9-SWQ Qg 3919 9Q G^^l — 

Rakta bandhatwa Stagnation of bloodj Hce- 

mostatisj the stoppage of blood circu- 

ation.- 

Q9 «»-»1— ^ Q— 9© «QqLGQl$g<PI €gQ 9W 9Q 
Rakta bandht $QQ| — The stooping of the flow 

of blood by styptics. 

Q9 Q8fi> — 9°. $— Q9Q 9|^— Vbmitting of blood5 

Rakta banaana H^matemesis. 

Q§Qa-g , Q— * I ©loq, — 1, Pomegranate. 5 I 

Rakta barga g<ga— 2. Butea Frondosa. « | 

qg|— 3, Lac. v I QflQ q.f-4« Isora 

Bandhuca. * l q^fl er *Si — 5. Safflower, 

■9 I qs-%1 — 6. Indian Madder, 5) \ qo\QV® 

Q? (ft. «)— 7- Topaz, r 1 Q|^. 9«^ (§. 

a) (€9«) - & DSru na l ad * ( Se e). i I g^lQ 

(§. «)-9. Coral. £0 | q%q\ qg (§. q)- 

10, Kamila (powder). 

Q9©^— ^°. 9. ( Otfai )— t 1 <?ia Qflp-l.Rcd 

Rakta barnna colour. J I QQGQISH €81©; 31^19 

(Q9 Oft-tf) G9I$ eQI^- 2 * Cochineal insect. 

«n 1 rf— 3. Gold (Apte), Qei, (©^S) ai^^- 

Red. 

Q9 ©^9—^. «?— »l« ^^ QS9Q ( 9- «- )— 

Rakta barttaka The Red variety of 

gray quail bird. 

Raktabartma ' —Cock. 

€19 ^9—S. M-€II9I S99Q Q^ a^9^%9©l<i— 
Rakta barddhaka Increasing the quantity 

of blood in the body. 


Q$9Q> 9 


( 9t°9 ) 


Q$99 


Q9 999 -*. 9. (9^9)— 9isf«i 9|QQ<a — The egg 
Eakta barddhana plant Q».Q€I — Q§ 9$fa (GQ«) 

—Rakta barddhaka ( See) 

«9 9«fl^— V. 9— 9$ 9I<J( ( G93 ) 

Rakta barshabhu Rakta kanda ( See ) 

Q9 Q(©|)9Q— q*. 9 — ^ I (9&II) — 9I&Q9I — 
Bakta ba(ba)sana 1. Red cloth, > | gcj^a sjsjl 
(CtfiW^— *KM%9) — 2. Red-coloured cloth 

*l(9$9l<3) flQIIQl— 3. A mendicant. 

*•. M. 1° — 9IQ 91 Q8© 9%a!Si— 
QQ 9331 I -1 Wearing red-ooloured cloth. 

99 9QQI— G9. 9 — ^ I Q§ Q9Q1 — 1< Coagulation 
Rakta basiba of blood. J \ 9G£[I9$? QQ\g 
(cq 9§99i— trauma) 9iflG$iai9Q 699 ©9991— 
^s 5ft^?(te^t 2. The cooling of one's passions 
^fg 5FR1 with the advance of years. 

Q9<9$ — fl a . m- ^-gqq* 9iG$ 99 g9iq3i<j 

Raktabaha ( 91^89 )— Conveying bloody 

(Q99iq— «9"»q0) D J means of which blood is 
circulated through the system. 
(99 991, Q$ 91991, Q^ 9IQS! — il) 

Q99991-G9. £ (a . 9$ * wai^)— aqoa 

Rakta bahiba fl©% 99&I9 9QIQQ 6991 — 

3^ ^r To bleed (said of bleeding from a 

SflSSHT wound). 

Q9 9&— «K 9— 99 9% ( €QS ) 

Rakta barshana Rakta btushti ( See ) 

(q9 9oai, Q$ 9€°9i— 69<i9 %a) 
Q$ 9lVitt9— S°. 9— Q99JQ 919 aa'fil— 
Rakta baty 5 Iaka Sida Rhombifolia. 

Q9 919-3*. 9-9i©Q9> Gqa 96as — 

Rakta bata A sort of disease. 

Q9©lO -69, (a«W) M ( *\ 9$99 )— 99I9— 
Raktabana Soaked with blood. 

3^^ [ Q~99QG£t I 9IQ6Q Q$9IQ ETQ i 

sftge^m **»• G§GQ<aa99l<3 I ] 

Q9 OI9— ^ D . 9—99 939; M9IG* *99l 6JR9I 9$ 
Rakta banti 9191991 —Vomiting of blood. 

Q9 9I^Q(9i)— a°. 9— Qq^q— 
Rakta baluka(ka) Red lead; vermilion. 

99 9i§— 3°. 9*1. q.° ( Qf$$ )^€»^fi ^1* 93* - 

Rakta bahu Having red arms. 69. 9— 

si4 ©SL a * a ®L9lQ flfaiM awsass 


©I9I9SQ ««§ feai^ a$a<a 99491 a^- 

9GQ<3 — Name, of a non-Hindu invader 

who attacked Orissa by the sea in 

the beginning of the 4th century A. D- 

(Q— 69@9^6aiQ Q@GO 09IQ, 99 

G93?jq GQtai Q<59i$ 1 qaioia. 9&9I f ) 
[ 5— ©QQiei sqqq r qi9Qi ai« GQ' G$«iaa, 
39,99^91069 Q$9i<$ QlflGQ ©GS1 9»9<L* 
«Wg9IG$ »B Q?« **$«*! 9Q?!69 <I9 

»99iei<^_ 9§ 0I91 g9Q^g^ 1 eg wg^i q?q 

Q9I ^GQ I Ql^ 9€fl£j Q^I^IGQ Q@OG9 

a^GQasi G9ffia© 91 qei qg^ i ogq 

G^fllGO QI99, Gg^69 qjf G9]^ } G9^L 
Q@G>1q ail^qiGW 9191^ 999 Q^l G9|fi* 
GRS«Q^ t ^aiS*^. QQ9IH I 

G9@ G9Q <9l^«G^ld^ 91 Slto fltfWo 
G9ISX 99§; 9§ «GO90r GOGQ ^*G9l<5>. 
rf9S5<l gSfil I ■O'SW fflfl ^IQOiaiSGQ 
Gfil«ai «IS I 999^ gi^ ^+» 99 C 919 ty&l 
Q©9I^9IQQ9 flQ I 9§G€l<a6Q tf^tf ^i^llQGQ 

aaiQGQQ , 3 a9©fli©c^ «>§> 6§»aiG9 g»^ 
G9e^ 1 ] 

Q9 99IQ— V. 9 ( *qj 99^)— 95 <JfQ G99I «9>g' 
Rakta bikara Deteriorated condition of 

($9 999— «9M^a) the blood of the system.? 

oachemia. 
q^Q^_g. s 9— 91SI aafllQ q^— Red variety of 
Raktabit 'Apamarga'i Achyranthes Aspera 

Rubra. 
Q§ ©9^—^.9 (fl^a.eQ, 9g9^^ Gaiq e ©l© 93a) — 

Rakta bidradhi fi9Gqa 9€€( ( a— A sore or 

ulcer due to vitiated blood. ' 

Qg Q 9 — q». ^) ( £ql-Q9 )_ 1 l Qg^ QJiaij GatS©- 

Raktabindu q^)| — 1. Drop of blood. 51 

Q$GQ GQ9© 9§Q 919 ( Q^Q G9l^9Ga9 > 
— 2» A red spot forming a flaw in a 

gem. v l Qia flalfllQ 49*(9. 3. ) — 
3. The red variety of Achyranthes 

Aspera # 

Qg Q9— 3°. 9( 9^9j«; Q^+S19= 5 -€jgQ9i^^l QI9I9) 
Rakta bija — <l I ^>Qf$ 3GQ 1 ^ 9Q ^99 

69IQ^9I gH ®q$|99 G«l9i99 «^Q9Gag— 
1. Name of a demon from whose blood 
sprang forth demons ( killed by 

93V 


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( $>e°r ), 


Q§SI°3 GQ9 


€<s>iq ogle? sGcr q$ o^gesa, «<§ ©sites 
^ca« €i® Q$ ei^QQ q§ ©1191 QGcr seer 
©91 ggfQsi qjpq «9_ QgeiG qqqi% 0191Q 
Q9^9gq si$ a$q qi§ 1 gg^gs s>i§i Q»ia 
swiq g««fi 69IQ§iG$ 1 ^9»Q 9a 9^$ 

SIQG^ gSJ^I^€19 ©§lGQ 9ff« 69IQ«« I ] 
-* I ( QfyQ§ SGS Q1£> Sl<S>iQ )— ©tfiH— 
'3. Pomegranate, • \ Qoi ( 9. €i. ) — 

3. Soapnut. G©. q_ Q®Qie W ( C9«l ) 
Eaktabija bamsa ( See ) 
«€iWO— 9°. 9-QW— 

Raktabijaka Pomegranate. 

^SfeQIQQI— 9*. 9 — QQt1 TOI3 <9g9l€f GJ$ fl£?pi 
Rakta brjaka ©S^t! fi^©[ (J gf£ — Name of a 

(aCf Q°— oqqi j QIQq, creeper. [Q— «9lQ -31© 
CIQI, «$Q) QQ9§ I G9IQ3Q 2JQ 21GGQ 

TOfr <i9l SG$ 6 SW8GQ QGd I ] 

^SWIOTO— to. 9-Qgsi© »iq 9Q sai^iQ sa qi$» 

Raktabija bamsa ai^aw ( sell™ QQGaiQ I ) — 

wffe^? ^\*t A term applied to beings who 

^M^taW ^r multiply swiftly. [ q— GQfelS 

GQQQ ^Q9§ G9GQ Q| ©$091© £<K$ 

GQGQ 099, ©1 99 Gl^QlQ QQ 9!§) 

S1IQ9 I ] 

$9 %»— w. ^ (a. eg wo)— Q9 9WI— 

Eakta buha Bleeding. 

w TOt 9<a — atf 1 ^ £§j Q$ ai<j — 

31$ WIT Bleeding, 

toi* 5 (aeti — G9 ©i% 93991 qq giQQ 

Q$ 991 $(GQl)9— GO. 9 6 9«. (*. Q§+«9 a|$) — 
Eakta buha" bu(bo)hi QQIQ& ( G93 ) 
s^fafe* Sf oifsnTC RaktSrakti { See ) 

Rakta biuntaka qsfrQi (9, q)— Hog weed. 
$9 §9'-^ 9— G«ffl«M 3 cicr Sfijftl— Nyctanthes 
Rakta biunta Tryst^ a plant with red- 
stemmed white-petalled flowers. 

Q9 $ %— s. «— «5 a© «KM«t^ 3*3 9&i— 

Rakta btushti Raining of blood- 

itQ^GflOTQW m €€», €J§^ 696Q G9SGQ 
Wlfliq «9 S1GQ© «©^ 3GS I] (QftWl— OOiq,Q) 


Q^ GOQI-^. ^>— »ea^oi 3 Sq<||gqrQ «gGQ <S G99G9 
Rakta bela Q|Qg ^^} $| QC^I^ QI9IQPI 
qa O^Gqs^ Q8e£Tl»l— Gumrash^ 
strophulusj a cutaneous disease peculiar 
to infants. [j^— <l$| v g^lQQ §<!— 
<?. I QI^GQ^© GQOH- 1. Strophulus 
Candidus. ^ | <a§©GGg$© GPai — 
2. Strophulus Confurtus. « | Qg ©9 © 
GQ&I-^, Strophulus Intertinctus.] 

Q^ GQIOI— GQ. w— 1 1 ^9 Q® o; QQI§ — 
Rakta bola 1. Besmeared with blood. 

W ?(W -> I «IQ GO" «q aiQg9|— 2. Dyed red. 

©9 GQI9GI— GQ. ^-SO aQ^Sg m® GWI — 
Rakta bohiba Bleeding from ivounds. 

Q^ §€i— q . 0. (A. 9- GQ) — GOQ* 5^1^ qj3 9€1QG^' 

Rakta brana G3g QI9IGQ (§. a) — Boil which 

emits blood instead of pus. 

Rakta bhaba Produced from blood # 

q». 9 -fl|og— Flesh. 

Q9 SPQl— GQ- 9— 9TO S6Q G©G© ?»0 Bsf^ ogjjj^ 
Rakta bhangiba eg ©igQei — Lochia) discharge 
^§s ^5|t of watery blood from the uterus 
sag ft^cPCl for some days after childbirth. 

0§> Q£>— a°. W— ^ I ciSia — 1. ^d (Apte). 
Rakta bhaba > | TOq«1— 2, Loving (Apte). 
* I Qlfl!$Q — 3. Amorous (Apte). 

€)Q flSiQ— 9°. 9—«« 5*9 -A plants Baringtonea 
Rakta maBjara ^ Acutan^ula. 

Q9 a§o— a\ «?— Q§ w® ( e^o ) 

Rakta man<Ma Rakta kamaja, { See ) 
qo fiq— q*. M — t I %W 9j— 1. Full of blood- 

Rakta maya y \ Q^j Q®?© — X Smeared or 

(€9^1— il) coloured with blood, 

Q9 OfiH— <3V 9—^. I Olft 912—1. Red fish. ? | Q©| 

Rakta matsya fllfi— 2. A reddish scaleless 

fish. 

Rakta mamsa (Qg fll^— GQ. %9) Blood and 

flesh. 

fll°3 G99— ff. 9. (W * q - 8 - GQ)— <. I Q§ ^ 
Rakta mamsa deha fll»aGQ W© «HQG99"-l.Body 
(Q^ «J°9 €I^)Q— CQiq?) Biade of blood and 
^ *mwf#ta flesh. 9 I QMQ4 «B9 «qQ— 


J% CHQ91 


{ $>««« ) 


Qg m 


2 t The "body of an ordinary being. * I 
SW3!Qa|<31 91^), — 3. A. person of flesh 
and blood, [^ — QSlQaiqg 9«<^Q 913, €8ia> 

gqq, GSI9, 99, siae-* sag i aqQarcn sisg© 

flKfCT QG^QQQ G9?<a§ 9SQI <39€« GQG© 

©§ aisjgj "«£ £g 9i*g G9<a> mq <i ©at «q 
g©g© ^9?" aefi©^ 9991*39 S99 91 «%■ 

ess© «qq9 Q 

99 fllfeiQl — GQ. «— ^ I (G9«) G©fe>§ 9©9_9© ^? 9 

Rakta magiba aiQQiq qa©|Q9l C( qpoi ©991- 

3SS» 5f65t 1. To ask for the blood of a certain 

5!|T Jri*T*rr animal as victim. J I (Qfl$H#) €I4MJ[ 

qsilfe «J$1© ©Q9l~2» (figurative) To call 

an enemy forth to a mortal fight, 

99 g«— e. w. g?(9$q «)— *. 1 WI9 g<Sq ©g ©9— 

Rakta mukha 1. Red-faced, -j •( qi^iq 09* 

(©9 9511— <J) §aqg^2- Havin £ tbe face bes " 

meared with blood. $. 9 — G^ 1 ® 912 

(^QSqei)— Rohi fish. 

©9 9?ai (isl)"— w. 9«. ( **. ©9 ^ )— 1 1 si© toij 

ftakta mukhS(khi) ©Q ©l$i© ©9 9©3(9l GSiq 

w qctt eaQ*«°fl ©§© o§ ^109 otiqciw-i. 

gg 3?f ( an animal)Which has recently sucked 
blood of its victim and has its mouth 
Smeared with bloody J I ©^ eaiqj 99 
GCi%9-2. Blood thirsty, £q> — ©3© a§ 

ssi a©* 919$ ©9 acaai qqoiq 99W 1 GQtJ 

9IQ QGQ 9QS4 flIQ QCKgHQ QgQ q|Q Q|Qa|<l 
G9I& WilO $« I GS$ ©IQ^ GQG© ©9§ 

'-0 919 ©9931 G9 ; Q§ T] • 1 qs^ei ($1)- 
3, Menstruated(woman)5inher menses. 
©9 g£1— G9. 9 — Q§ 85 ( G9« ) 
Rakta munda Rakta pipda ( See ) 

©9 4W - G9.9S. 1*- ( a. 9<£ «iji )— m ^qg a« 

Rakta muhaS q§ — 1. Slaving the face or 
3^ ^ptt mouth stained with blood 

«ff 5*51 > I Q^ fl^l ( GQ« J— 2. Rakta mukha 

(Spc) 

Q9 <W*—€Q. ^Sl— QgflVIQ «fecr— The feminine 

Rakta.'mubin of Rakta muhan. 


Sf 9^f ^. Goddess KSJi whose mouth and 
face are represented as stained with 
blood. $ 1 aiQ<33£j ^Q|s©lQG«l» aei (*rf© 

q^i^fll esa^) flfl^GQ 9^90 eipQi aicT 
€JQ9lOI ©«fl 91 9«i G9^1— 2, Goddess 
Durga or Chandi during the 16 days 
o£ the autumnal DurgS pQja. £<?— < 
SgqGQ GQgt^ QGI6Q ©o e@b 7 «©<1Q G^9 

Q*&\ QQ§ l] 

€5^ A ©®r-OT. «*— ^ 1 G99 ^€^)« Q€Jfl G99I (*» 

Rakt?i mtltiba «# Sms' 5 ' AIM 91 «QGQ Q^9I «ai 

^s WfR ^T Q99!a «Q9l) GSIQ* 9g 9Q Ql€i ggi9 

5!f;q«cr5N QQ9I - 1* To pass blood-red urine. 

M QGQ9W 6fl!Q flj&q@©€)gggi9 QQ9I— ■ 

2, To pass blood in urine (due to 

gonorrhea), 

Q9 a «— «. 9— <y* 3^© q§ evciQtii G^a— 

Rakta matra Haematuria> discharge of bloody 

urine, 

Rakta mala Lycopodium (red variety), 

Q9G«^» flIQ— *. ^>"Q§«i«»?© S9Q ^IQQ ©QQl 

Rakta medha jaga a@— A sacrifice of blocd. 

,G9. 9- (ftflWIlO) 9$ Q^QJ© — (figurative) 

A great bloodshed. 

99 6W-"«- 9 — SglS 9IQ 9ISfe Q§i "BIT© SS3 9^91 

Rakta meha GQC! — Gonorrhea accompanied 

with bloody discharge. 

Q9Gaifl~sr. 9. (^ 9«U— «. I ^19— 

Rakta moksha 1. Bleeding. ? i 9$ GfllM ,(69«l) 

2. Rakta mokshana ( See \ 

Q9 GfllQ©— *. *^— Q§a I9QW— One wbo bleeds 

Rakta mokshaka a person^ one who lets blood 

from a patient^ 
99 WMM— ». «. ( 9$ ««> )— ^ gGsp ^iq 9^' 
Rakta moksfaana G9I9 Q9IQ . G99% 99Q§ 
91919 99Q9I Qty— The operation of let- 
ting out blood from the body by ins- 
truments or by applying leeches. 

Q9<3%-*. 9. (9$9l9) — fli^f— Indian madderj 
Rakta jasbti (99 aC«l - «9-i%Q)Rubia Manjitb. 


QQ 3I9QIQ 


( *ei° ) 


9§ai® 


Q$ fllQQIft— S. 9— %9CJ 319©!©; <MQIQ 9Q9- 
Rakta JabanSJa ©Isiq SSh — A kind of grain 
[«©*l g° — 9<aisjai9QlQ, Cajanus; Andropogen 
GQ§© ^L^L% or Holcus Bicolor ' 

Q9,9©l— €9. 9— <• I ^9 601891— 1. Flowing of 
Rakta jiba blood. > I $1fl|G>qrQ CJ%9I«GQ 
^^Tf«l»1 QQ5I9— 2. Flow of menstrual blood. 

td^Hi • i ggsiGS) 9399 ^^Sl q $ ^° 
Qq q$9| — 3. Discharge of lochia. 

Raktara garami 9^L$9I $©S> IS - - 1 * 
(€§9 ««©— TOi%9) berence of spirits due to 
SCWR^t youth. j| giqiQi ©aiGQ ©Q 91 39 g ' 
ogAiTCift «ft QG$$9I— 2- Passionateness 
due to youth. * |(flQ«a) qS>©«N 
qew 91 »©©i-8. ( bad sense ) Youth- 
ful agility or arrogance. 

Q$ «•©—*. M ( *^l ©©J— W$% < W* ) 
Rakta raffjita Raktakta (See ) 

s^qa-e. 9-* i qac©i§ at ^ea« 5 «§©i (e. a ) 

Raktarajl — 1. A kind of small insect, 

J I GQpSSa 9GS«— 2. A particular 

disease of the eye ( Apte ). 

Q$% Q<JQI-GQ. $ — eoifllOWOI% 01© G99I— 

Raktarujanmiba To be begotten by the 

d ^ fe o ^T 5*^1 5ff% OTCT 5far • parents. 

Q$GQ GOI Q(6€l)e©l— OT.S— ©9©©l 9TOl ^ W ? * 
Raktare chits ghi(gbe)uib& Raktacbita 

kariba ( See ) 

Rakta renu powder, j\ §0 Q- 2 . Red lead > 

vermilion. «p| (9§§1@) 8^3 ENW *9 — 

3. Bud of the Butea Frondosa nower 

( Apte ). s i QlGd^Q ctQ— 4. Mesua 

Ferra. * I QQQ*§— 5. An angry 

person; a person furious with rage^ 

CJ^GQfpl— «-9— «CTWOl3 9Qa 0«QI— The blosom 

Rakta renuka of Butea Frondosa ( tree ) 

Q$GQ $§QI— 69. £— 9glg 91 Q9©»Q© €991- 
Raktare burdiba To be d reached or smeared 

Q 9 .Q«Q699I ?^,Q9 witk bl00d 

q^gq^9^gwi:j * 


Q^ GQ99Q— ^. 9.— 39iaiG99£>3 <W99!Q e^ 91- 
Rakta rajbataka st©q — A kind oE guava or 

[«©* *.— ^9IG999, date. 

A9I aiGQ9©; qifl|&©, CIIQQ, $19 «|©ja l] 
Q^GQGI-**. 9 (9. 9, GQ )— QgG9igS©9 GQG' 

Rakta roga ( qq\ — qq ) — Disease due to 

impurity in blood 
QQ G^ftl— tf, 9 — G9I§^9I Q^ 9Q 9QQI— Stopping 

Rakta rodha of the flow of blood} arrest of 

(S§>6QW— «9iqa) bleeding^ 

Q$ 6^419—9°. 9— 3191 G«lif©9l9 9Q Q<$<— 
Rakta rodhaka Styptic5 astringent3 which 

arrests bleeding. 

Q$ 6Q9©9— $r, 9 -^«ICp ( Q9^g^i ) — 

Rakta rohitaka A kind of silk-cotton tree. 

Q§ QG| — G9. 9^— (3. 99+«q)— Q5^«0— 
Rakta laga Blood stained. 

RaUta lasuna 1* A red kind of garlic, 

[WH ff.— q»Q, Ql4a*9, ^1 eilOQ— 2. Carrot. 
%Q\QQ, «I9G9<|, ga9Q l] 

Raktala plant; Solamum Icdicum 

3 I 9I9Q0G; 6©Q— 2, Diospiros 

Tomentosa. « | qiq QIQS— 

3. The red seeded variety of Abrus 

Prectorus 

Q^ GQ09— ^. 9.— (eflaic^j)— ^ i tissgew— 

Rakta lochana 1. Blood-red eye^ 

^ I Gq<aOQ|J^Q OS— 2. Eyes reddened 

with rage «| (99^9) aig— 3. Pigeon- 

V I 96019— i. Dove. * l 393 q9lG99-- 

5. God &ba 9^1.— ( 9§S1 J S' ) — QCT. 

OS^% — Red-eyedj having red eye a - 

QQGQ^,— 9. 9.— a| «l GQd — The red variety o* 

Rakta lodhra Symplocos Racemosa, 

Q^ «o— s. 9.— 9«ai ^9 (8. a) — 

Rakta samana Kamila (powder) 

Q^ fllO— ff. 9.— €110 9Ga < 3; 9IQ GftlQOI— A red 
Rakta saka variety of pot herb; Amaranthus 

Gangeticus^ 

qq <a «— « 9-«9^te si Q «jiqq ai»(flai— ©ia§«4Q 

Rakta sali —Red variety of early winter 
- *rtfef*ttfa paddy j Orciza Sativa.. 


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9199, 9SQ 999Q, *S9!99, TO9«0j «?- 
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93 6QW, 5a, $19, 919 6 919 99IQ9 — 

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9$ €li§9— 3\ 9.— 69I999Q flOSq (§. S.) — 
Rakta saluka The bulbous root of red water- 
lily. 
Q^ €!!&£>— $•. 9.-QIQ EgWQl £39 €12— The red- 
Rakta salma^i flowered variety of silk cotton 

.. tree 

Q$ ««© — SI , 9.— (Qft— ««« + «WO — Q©l« SI9, 

Rakta sasana gq9©8 9»I@|9$I9 <g aQIOfiq 

<N« 9GT 99 © G9Q a9Pj")— toja— 

Red lead . 

QSfc S3 — 3 9 — 916* 3991 -Red variety of borse- 

Rakta sigru radish tree. £ 9.— <]9i g©s>|Q 

[®G<\ *. 9ifl— GQsq, s$ qeiqg 6 9Ga<a©i <9 

9g9, 9§Q$9, 8*»] 9QQQ 6 fl*9 Qq C$9»l- 

99 €llQ9— 3. 9 — <U 390 S>9; GQ99I% QQQ ©£Klq 5 
Rakta sirshaka 9$9Q£|| — !• R esin from the 
pine tree. j | g|gg qsA ( 9. a. ) — 
The red-headed crane; a kind of heron. 

9^$$9qI — 69. 9^1 1 9G9IQ3 6991} «Q ^?Q 

Rakta sukhijiba ^99| — 1. Becoming weak 3 

3^ ^%^ ^fetrl want of blood in 

5Tg P3RT the system. > | ( QfiMUfi) — 

Si© 6 ^ 9£[€Q 99§ €910(3915 e6«§ 99991$ 

9G»9 8$ G9IQfl9l — 2. ( figurative ) 

Becoming pale through fear ( similar 

expression in English^ the blood to 

become curdled). [ Q— G9fel§ 9i^9 

aSiQ.Qqi^Q WSKjl 9Si 98 GQC9 99§, 

91 G99% Qg 43«K|;- G3 9QI9IO 0$9<a; 

91^ 91? S9G9 ©I 99% Gtl9l<J 9§ 9I9IQ9 

QI9 I ] 

q^ «p9— - e. 9— 6^acri a$9— 

Rakta siungika Aconitum Ferox. 
9^€««9— 3. 9 ( 9$5lQ )— 9IQ69aQ; 9IG9$Q 
Rakta sekhara ( §. a . )^Mesua Ferra (tree). 

qq G«iqa9^-ff. 9 - o$ &g^( ma ) - 

Rakta sobhSBjana Rakta Hgrn ( See ) 


9^ €€II«9— e. 9«L 9! (Q9393 Q^+GSHSQ )— 

Rakta soshaka f I G9 9§ GSl€@<I — 

(99 G«l€9»— %1) 2. Bl o0 d-sucking. J I 3Q1Q^ 

^9%flSIQ GQ9I (®^a )— 2, (medicine) 

Having the power or effect of drying 

the blood in the system. £. 9. ££ — 9SJ 

G9!«a^9iq! SJ19— Bbod-sticker. 

Rakta soshana Blood-sucking. 

Q9 eaiQi— w- m { «r. 9§ eai«9)— e 1 eg 9^ 

Rakta soaha €9194 969—1. Blood-suoking, 

TOsg(c«rf)?l -> j (fiaa^iia)— aw 6€ti^9 (ggi 
ri|*f4^fc|l«ir Of «9I99 )— 2 . (Figurative) 

( a tyrant or usurer ) Sucking riches 

from people. 

Q§ e«l«9l — e9. §— «. 1 (919 6S9Q 9© «&9Q ©^ 9e?il 
Rakta soshibS 99 S§ Gfll€«) 9l«iQ 69969 9^1 1 
^^ g(C«ft;.^1 ©q fl9 s^qiq Qg^i e«lS€99l— 1. To 
^H^psir suck blood out of the body of an 
animal. J I (QflGICi) ( OI9W9 9Q) flCWiq^ 
a^SfllQqps 9Q9I ( ©191*1 ©69 tl9l S9S ) 
— 2. ( Figurative ) To suck the life- 
blood out of a person ( as a witoh ). 

Q$ e^o — ». 9«. ( 9g+en© )— 9iq 6 aoi 9ai— 

Rakta sweta Red and white. qr. 9— ^@- 

^©19 ><3939!9 9Slg 93 ( fi. €1. )— 
A kind of very poisonous scorpion. 

Q9$l9— ff. 9— 9199 99 81© eqQ QGflq— A kind 

Raktashthlbi of fatal collapse ( disease ), 

[ <5— <J 6Q919 fl9\G83 QGCT 9§aQq|tf!QQ 

9g 9I9IG9; qidewua -6 G9$ffq §<3 3 

9QG9 091 9I9AI9 9^31<3 d G^ 9g 

9I9IG9 I <i Gqa agi2j— 9. a. ], 

Q9 9G9I0-9. 9— <JJ»€p— 
Rakta samkocha Safflower, 

9^ SIGGPIOO— «r, 9—^ I QQl99 ; «9<9— 1. The 

Rakta samkochaka blue lotus* ^ | OIQSQ — 

2. The red lotus flower (Apte). 

9$ 3^-sr. 9— qfjflj OlfflO— 

Rakta samjna Saffron. 

Q$ dO'«9l— <?. 9— G9I9— Leech, 
Rakta sandamsika (Qg 3GC?S9I— '?I9i^9 fi. €)•> 


W^r 


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9$ flsq— «. 9 ( 5>q| q© ) ( ti^fkQ gQSjia ) agsjQ 
Rakta sanchaya Q©?^Q gi©6€) ©9 ®q| S^iqQQI 
( G9« ) — Congestion o£ blood; accu- 
mulation of blood in any part of the 

body. 

9$ OTia-e. 9 ( *$1 O© J-cwiQi^oa Q999199 
Bakta sanchara q©~ Circulation of blood in 
(99 g«lM>— aoi^a) the system* 

999© , t©— tf. 9— S^ QflO— The red lotus- 
Rakta sandhyaka (8©t g. 9|a, — 9*q) 
(99 8Q§9, 99 96Q§9 5 eg cataw- 39193) 

9$ gft9— s. 9 — (fl.ei.G9i)— »«a 9t 9919919 $9sw 

Rakta samparka 9ai69 ©10 %$4 — Blood a rela- 
[99 9^9— sQs^a] tionship; relationship and 

99 «**, 99 «w'q I ties of 

Q§ ^«b $9 **W / *' ^ kindred 

and marriage. 

99 fl<JTO — «•. 9.-3$ ( 9. a. )— Sulp buret of 

Eakta sambarana antimony used as 

collyrium. 

^«IMQ- G9- TO. -(9*. 99 ©fife)—*. I «g«So- 
Eakta sarasara 1. Besmeared with blood. 

[99 qrfQ, 99 ©9(9 d )99 N (9 d )-«^^] > I 99 
wte «r(at)5 5T(^t)piR q8o 5 eagjT Qg^ qm\ 

€SI9I G?ia«g9^aw— 2. (a thing) From 
which blood is falling down by 

drops, 

•99 g«9— q°. 9. — 9©9i; 9iaiQtf MIQfl— The mus- 

Eakta sarshapa tard seed; Brassica Nigra; 

Sinapis Racemosa. 
q9 3$| —9°. 9— 99lgi9 — The red variety of globe 
Rakta sahS amaranth. 

^9 919 — s°. 9.— e I 99 ©Q9 (G9«) 

Bakta sara 1. Eakta chandana (See) 

> I ©©fl QQ-— 2, Sappan wood. * | 
99 «99 (69«0 — 3. Rakta khadira (See; 
v | «P69©3 - 4, A sort of sorrel or dock, 

* 1 9iq<aw (?• s-)~ 5 - A kind of y am - 
99 99— fl°. to.— ("*$ GsJ-eeitStora^ €96939391. 

Rakta sikta Wet or moistened with bloody 

soared with blood 
q9*®j— S°. 9.-(q,89>99+9«)— (W9G9) q^9 
Rakta sindhu 9Q G9I99I 99 6SI© — A sea of 

blood. 


99 3^9— Q°. 9.— ($$ ©©) 9$$!9I G$9 GQCI G9a 
Rakta stambhana ©q©| (§,q.)— The stoppage 

of bleeding* 

99 01© -9°. TO. q%— (*«|l ©©)— 6Q ©969 CIlGblClQ 

Rakta snata 9© 99©Q9 G9IQ«£ — Bathed 

[QtjJQI©! — $] in blood; thoroughly drenched 

with blood. 

99 ai(gi)a(9i)©— a,9«— («r.«s>sjio)— ©9«i© (G9«) 

Rakta snS(sra)-a(hS)na Rakta snata (See), 

wsff flf. 9.— («*• G$sp)—GJ§$lS> (69a) 
apWT Raktasnana (See), 

Q99i9-*.9.-(«^i ©©)— G$9ai© 9919 6991*1931- 

Raktasnana The state of being drenched in 

blood. 
©9 §1©— S.9.— (#qj ©©) - i 1 6999 Q©aiQ G9I99I— 
Rakta sraba 1. Copious bleeding; diacharge 
of blood j sanguifluxus, 9 \ G9|Q|£J 
n%%_ 9$ 91 Qm mS 9§9I cqci9G«9 
(^. a.)— 2. A disease of the horse in 
which blood or red watery subs- 
tance comes out of its eyes. 
€5$G§l©8-9\ 9. -($<£) G>©)-G§ 9<B 5 G9|© SJQIQSQ 
Rakta srotah £1919© 99— A river of bloodj 
[QQGfl©— G9. q.9] copious blood flowing like 

a current. 

Q9®°9I 9°. 9.— 98*fl 9G€t < 3 — Name of a secon- 

Rakta haihsa dary tune* 

99 @6»l — G9. 9.-99*19' (W«) 

Rakta haga Rakta jharda ^See) 

(€9 9I9IQ9l> q 9 Garaq— a«M9.o) 
99®Q— e. 9«i (99+9 ai^+©4. a )— a»i w§ 

Baktahara Q9 g^lQ 9< — Causing loss of 

blood, s, 9— qea ( 9. a. )— 

Marking nut 

99 519—3°. TO ( w qi 0© v )— ^i QI9I9 G95GQ99 91ft* 

Rakta hina — l s Bloodless5 cold blooded, 

(99S9i— *9i%9) 9 I mq®$ QI919 fl«S!96Q 999 

21^91 9f»g— 2. Anaemic, * | gggj 

939I9G9 ©99©il %< 9lg— 3. Bloodless 

( reTolution } ; not accompanied with 

bloodshed. 

4.9^991— 9°. 9 (©989 + 01)— G99G9 3GsEp3!£j 
Rakta hlnata 999 9Q9ltfl ©9891 — Anaemia^ 
(99 SQSSi, 99919— «9iqa) bloodlessness. 


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RaktS (See) 9 — ^ | qg). q|qi_i. A 

creeperj Abrus Precatorius. $ | qg; 

QSI— 2. Lac, shellac. • I Q$ gjl ( GM ) 

3. Rakta pushpi ( See } v| fl£^| ( ^ 

€1. )— 4. Indian madder. * | Q^Jfli) 

5. Barlaria Cristata. 9 f gj a ^ ( ^ 

a. )— 6. The red bean. 9 | ^«gj $© 

( fi. o. )— 7. A kind of reddish root. 

r I QO ( 9, a. )— 8. The sweet Bag. 

tioegeiQ g$ qi qiq^cu (§.«.) — 

9. A kind of spider* ^« | ( qcflQ ) 

8t9SQQ n j^ flag §«|£J *jq— 10. Name 

of a secondary tune in music. *.» | 

QIQ aiaq <©|?q ( 9. a. J— 11, A vein 

passing by the ear. ^j \ (Q«a|$+Q$. 

ty Q$ 39 *fli. *Q. )— ©SSQ; QCT QQ9 ( 

(QSfl — *1) Q^— 12. A painter; a dyer (Apte). 

-^9J©JQ— 9°. S ( S>§S1$ ) — aQI» 3 G9I9QI— 

Raktakara Coral. 

■Q9Qr- *. W (»^l©©5 Q$+«9)— <UQ§Q8© 3 

Raktakta q$ CQIOI C*QqQ|— 1. Coloured 

with blood; blood-reddened; bloody. 

-> I QIQ Qfif Q^aiQ qei— 2. Dyed red; 

coloured red; blood-red. 9— SQOQ© 

( GQ« ) — Raktachandana ( See ) 

Raktsksha 1. Red eye. ^ | ( Q^QJlg ) seal© 
-2. Dove. • l Qiq— 3. Pigeon* w 1 
©GQIQ Sgl— 4. The Hymalayan partri- 
dge; Caccabis Chuoar. *| $|Qq asl — 
5, The crane. $ \ 393—6. Buff aloe. 
9 I 3 Q $1$ — 7. A cruel person, 
r 1 €jgf<$ p«*a— 8. A wicked person 
<! I GQW1IS ( ^Stf )"~ 8 - Rohi fi sh. 

<Q§lfl(l— «fl) 1. Red-eyed. > I ^Q— 2. Cruel. 

• I «» — 3. Wicked. * \ ««i|€J<33 — 

4. Tyrannical. * I aQC£; aS%— 5. 
Barbarous; uncivil. 

RaktSnka Coral ( Apte ). 

^SUfih-V.W 9!-(<?$5l9)Q$$§ 699 *8%— Having a 
Raktanga red body. 9— t> I ^Qfl. ©leriff — 


f v •*■ 2. Louse. •fiQeaiQ; £93— 


Q§icrl 

3. Bed bug. v | g$|Q — 4. Red coral. 
+ I 9CTOQ9*— 5. The planet Mars. £ t 
SL*l^ Q ^Sa^5 Ago— 6. A sort of leprosy 
with circular red spots or patches. 
V I spi SMQQ? «g«> — 7. The diso of 
the sun or the moon ( Apte ). r 1 gggi 
q§ ( QWWI ) — 8. Kamila ( powder ). 

« I Q9OQO (^WW )— 9. Red sandal- 
wood. 
1 — g». 9 — M «B9$1— 1. A medicinal plant. 
RaktSngi 5 I ^«^l — 2. Indian madder* 

Rubia Cordifolia5 Rubia Manjith, 

€591901 — *\-9— 9ie <?Q9 — 

Raktaijhaki A red species of lentil. 

0SM©(a)«H9— a - . «— 01009 091 €qa> ea^ Qoqq^ 

Raktati(ti)sara €Qq€Q €jg9fl © 9Q 9I9IGQ— 

(QQlflloq— ao^qe) (Q«il5H€»sj — €<^ 3a) Dysentery, 

Q^lclQ— fl°. 9 ( ^atj Q^+aaQ )— Q§9$ 60— 

Raktadhara Red lips. q\ 9^). q« ( 909I9 ) 

— 3I9IQ 6^ QCf— Red-lipped. 

Raktadhara Feminine of Raktadhara, 

ST. ^. ^1 — Wl— A KinnarJ; 

Q^iwiQ— «r. 9 ( n1 «©; Q§+aaiQ )-©#— 

Raktadhara Skin. 

Q^I^IOS— «•. 9^1— e I 699GQ QgQ 9§Q0I— 1. 

Raktadhikya Excess of blood; hyperemia^ 

super-abuadance of blood in the body. 

; I G3GQI9S Cqci— 2. Plethora. 

Raktadhimantha aQaq eqa— Opthalmiaj 

incarnation oi the eyes. 

Q9ia§— a°. ^ (Qg+aa+9( a!^+«i- a j— a«»- 

RaktSpaha qq\Q; qoQ— The gum myrrh* 

QSMfllflld— fl». ^— Olft aBflWflr qc — Re<3 variety 
Raktapamarga of a medicinal plant^ 

(0G1 q # — Q99^, Q^S«», Achyranthes Aspera 
$GptQ, OQsa^OI, Rubra. [ g— <9I CIIMI^ 

^c«Mi> «9q 5 o* 6 ©isr weiai 1 C®w«W- 

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99i9€9U9— «•• 9* (#<|1 9©)— 0999199 eqa 

RaktSbarodhaka QQ9I9 Sflfi— Restraining 

the flow- of blood. 

€)9l«GaG>Q— 3°. 9— Q$ 6SiS«a ( G9S ) 

Raktabasechana Rakta moksbana ( See ) 

9919 --*•. 9« (9^>1§5 Q^faq«Qi6j3 s©e ) — 

Raktabha e I 99wfi94ta-l- Red-coloured. 

5 i 6aiqa1 (Qcr) 5 $g© ©i&«—2. Reddish'* 
slightly red 5 rosy. $-— g|83<» G9I9 G9W 

-^Cochineal insect. 

Q919— av 9(3§+a9)— * 1 (9&ii). «g9§ — 

Raktabha Red colour. > | ( 9$9l§ ) ©1Q- 

9QIQ ( «. 3. ) — 2. Red china rose. q\ 

W. %1 ( QftlQ+a )— Q9TO* steer— 
Feminine o£ Raktabha . 

99149W — St°. $— < I «fl ©M ©9© 9^P 3« QQ 
Raktabhishyanda ©§fl| — 1* Redness of th* 
eyes due to copious flow of tears, > I 
GQtf GQa ©fiew— 2. An eye disease, [ 9 
— <gGQSfl§wiei a^saio, aS^'oiS aifl 
OG9 6 «8 «QG9 ffiS Gs«:ai© G9«»si« — ft. 

99s©— 9°. 9.— (©a ai) — »i« Gswaifc— 

RaktSbhra The red variety oi mica. 

Raktamasaya Raktatisara (See) 

( Q9WIQI— 9l«hi%a ) 

Q^q,Q— a. 9.— % 1 ( ©psi )-QgtQ$ ©q,-i. Bed 

Ratkambara clotb. $ | ©Sisp^Q; ©'9€$© ©V 

2. A cloth dyed red. m » (q?)**- 

©<ai£[Qg©a|<g 391 14| —3* A mendicant 

wearing fed coloured cloth, 9$), n^ 

Q9©^ aQ9©— Wearing red cloth, clad 
(Q$tHQ"*"^l) in red garments. 

Q"$13 — 9°. 9.— Gflta£5 fffifS ©GS^ %lfl^(GQ«) 
Raktamra Scleicheria Trijuga (tree). 

vm g*.— G©iai« f [ © — <9|q to 09 ©q 


^fl $g, fl^ig, ®OI<3, G©l© 8Q I «g© G©l© 

©939, 9015/ ©^awa, esq© 94 1] 

§ 9 $s, 019190, %9§9, ^soiaoi 

^t^w > snot g, 419I9 91 ©itftf 91 

Q§lfl!Q-g°. 9.— ©is* GQa^aSfe ©gXoil— 
RaktSmiana Red-flowered species of Barleria 
1t»lftf% STTST «9Sr\qr plant. 

fl, 9tel£l9 
©9l£§— 69. 9 — (9crai% a^«)— aQtQ q^jqi© 

Raktarakti g^Q ^gq^ — Mutual fighting 

S^fafe ending in bloodshed or bleeding 

affsr^R wounds. W-r-aciiQ 99991 GQI® 

Gflft §9 q^ Q^g^i ( ?i§ gjq )— (two 

persons) Fighting with each other, so 

that bleeding wounds are produced. 

Raktarka Calatropis Gigantea (red veriety). 
a«i 3°. ffi^-aQa^ [q^— 091 siqq qiqicj qq;. 
«siQ^ ^SqS, qa«r a <3Q £JR Qg!Q 5 091 €«l© 

®$%\®, Q§00 eilQQ Q€l ^I9IQQj «§2fiOTQ 

<igSi.«OI G$% W«99— 9919^1 !] 

Q^IQ ^— q*. s>°.— sgae^i »^©q^lQ— 1. Heama- 

Raktarbbuda tocele5 swelling of the scrotum 

due to effusion ot blood. 9 I Q9SLisieii$- 

2, Bloody tumour (Apte). 

* 1 <3© gQiQ gqq, ia|G9. sicr qqgq 49 

G9ra§ 9^ 9^9 j 9« 6 QIQ SS€i £T09I< 

(@. a)— 3. A kind of disease attacking 

the male organ. * | ogggiQ geicga— 

4. A k ind of disease. [ Q— <1 GQ9GQ 

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[9. a]— A disease of the eye in which 

the eyeballs are covered with a layer of 

c c red flesh. 

Q9I€18 — VT. 9 — 2JG€llGQ^ 9G«IS— A sort of piles; 

RaKtarsafr haemorrhords. [ Q — -<^{GQ Q.QigiQ 

[Qgief— G9€t»%9] ' 9IG* 9§Q Qg3l^ §<1 l] 


Q<gi9 


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Rakialu Red variety of yam. 

Raktalpata P^fil 9! g|q— Ancemia ; deficiency 

of blood; Leiplicema. 

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Raktasaya Q@©|Qg|g) — £ I §©3§ — 1» The 
hearts blood vessel. [q>— <<3>l Q6SIG9SGQ 
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sifllSSjQ giff I ] > I GQ9 SilGQ Q§Q*£JQ 

qi Q^iQQd^ [aeu-SpsSj S^i, 8$©j — 

2. Any viscus containing or secreting 
blood, (e. g. the heart, spleen; liver)* 

Q$lG«ll©-S. €>— «>IQ GfijertQI *IG3I© 4S '§- S) — 
Raktasoka The red-flowered variety of AgoVa 

tree. 

Raktaswari [$.g]— The red-flowered variety 

of Nerinm Odorum (tree). 

Rakti tltKK^aoqp; €9 9; Q$—l. Affec- 
tion; attachment; devotion. 3 I «SQ — 
2. Addiction to. * | «QQ|QS 9Qfll<S;QQ; 

ai^MQ w 6©$ awia 9Gas [v «q— ^° 

gg| 5 t sq|=r Q§ ] — A standard of 
weight; ^j of 1 rupee weight; 2| 
grains English weight, v | qg|- 
giQQ — 4, A red seed used by gold- 
smiths in weighing metal; the seed of 
Abrus Precatcrius. + I flGW>l€i»l— 
* 5. Loveliness; charraingness. (Apte) 
Q§ai-€Q. W— ^ i QglQ- 1 - Reddish, j \ ogqg— 

RaktiS 2. Bloody. ■» I QgGJJ— 3. **H °* 

blood. 

RaktikS hooded red seed of a creeper-, Abrus 
Precatorius. J \ QIQS SQfllsl; QQ 6s?»— 
2. A standard of weight** 2£ grains. 

Raktima coloured, [^— ><| QQQ 96^13 ©flaja©, 

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redness. J | giftQGr— 2. Red colour, 
QG^flfl-*- 961. V (93S1S)— Q^^fl ©TOffa— 
Raktekshana Red-eyed. 

[ QG^SGII— *Vj 
QG$S -3. 9— ©IQMI; «9IQ ««_— The red variety 
Raktekshu *" "of sugarcane. 

[acwfr-^sro, Gat<a, gq@s>, Q@&, «^> 5SS?> 

GQQGMI6. 99IQ tM ^1*»lt*lW] 
QG$Q$-S. 9— QIQ W-Red variety of castor 
Raktajranda oil seed plant. 

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QG§^I%— ?. 9— QWI^l; WW « 01_ 
Raktairbaru " Colocy nth . 

QG^iqO-e. 9 -l I Q§ ©» ( G9« ) 

Raktotpaja 1. Rakta kamala ( See ) 

> I g^Q (q. a)— 2. Silk cotton tree. 

Raktodara Having a red belly. 

1. The Rohi fish. > I 49^19 <Q 9^IQ 

9SIQ 99 (^- Si) — 2* A kind of venemous 

scorpion, 

QG^iaO°€l*— «. Q. ( fl. a. GQ )— sty 9^9 G3I< ^q«S 
Raktopadamsa «q9 G qg— Syphilis due to 

tainted blood. 

QG$I9»— ff. 9 (0^l 3 Q$+Q9«)— Gfl^ flit— 
Raktopala Red chalk; red- ochre. 

Qfl (aiq)— «'-\ 1 0iQ«» QQQi— ^- To c heri » h ; to 

Raksha(root) rear up. > I WQW^q^lQ 
OWI3 Qfill «W»— 2 - To save from dan- 
ger; to spare. «I«I8Q 289^GQI9!Q Q8^l 

3. To protect from danger. ** I QS9I — 

4. To keep. * I »<fo|— 5. To guard; to 
tend. 9 I (qgi) 9I» OWI— e To rale i 
to govern. 9 I (q& «««) 9^ la Q «WI— 
7. Not to divulge. t~ I 3g QQQ\— 8- To 
take care. e I (9Q+QS »iq) V a % SSl 
9991 — 9. To save from ruin. V» I (Qfl+ 

Ofll aiQ) 9GQ^ 9? WOISQ Q89I— To keep 
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save (you) protect. 

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Raksba isa GQa) — QGQlQiei ( G03 ) 

Rakshonatha ( See) 

q&%— e. 9. (oa ai^+eisiOKP «$^=€jsraj *.«i, *o* 

Rakshab S11QIQ a©<il^Q% CQG© aQtXNOqj. 6 
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spirit; goblin. 

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Rakshafckula of demons, j \ qsq gg<$— 2. An 

assemblage of demons; a number of 

demons 

Rakshafc pati Rakshonatba ( See ) 

Raksbaft pasa A contemptible demon. 

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assemblage of demons. 
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Rakshaka <. | Qsa|Q^ c _L Saving. 
,(QSQI-3,1j > | alQQQsf— 2. Protecting. 

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2. Protector. * I *i«IQIQ! Qi§— 

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ae).9f — 6 - A name of Bishnu (Apte), 
qf. Qdi. (+©<§. ®^)^-Q^Q— Protecting. 
Qflfil O^— «. W ^ 9. g!-Q99 ( 69« ) 
Raksbana kartta Rakshaka ( See ) 

(sseie^Hil) 

Raksbana QQQl— Protecting. 

Rakshajpabekshana 6 ©®l^i!IQ^l; ©Q|Q«| — 

Maintenance and supervision, 

Q0€ll(fiil)Q9 — fl. 9 — 0$$8Gg«— Painful mictura- 

Raksbana(ni) ra ^ a tion ; diniculty in passing 
urine morbid retention of urin^ 

QSffll^— *• 94 ($M+»3> C ) — Qfe© G§»9IQ Gflias — 
Rakshanarha Deserving to be protected. 

(CflSliqfi— 41) 

Qa8(a1)— e. «— *iqfll«ll (G<?«l)— Name of a creeper, 
Rakshani(ni) Thalictrum Faliolosum; Ficus 

Heteropbylla. 

Qfi«rt-GO. Q—Qflioq— Protector. [ Q-^qi^ 
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*, ^> - ^ I Q^aSJ (G0«)— 1 RakshaniiSee;. 
-^ | QClia — 2. Rein; bridle (Apte). 

QStfilq— ». o^i fee ai^+9^ tm^— k i Qg© g<5>9|. 

Baksbaniya GQW; aiQffl^— 1. Fit to be 

( Q^d^l — ^1 ) preserved or guarded or 

protected* > I n®\ 9IQ9I 63101— 

2 Fit to be afforded shelter 

Rakshan G€I QSI QGQ— Saving; protect* 
(€;qq!— ql) ing. 

Qfl©q«— "GO. ( s. Q«8+0q«i ) gagGfl^— 

Eakshanipuna A chief demon. [ £g— 99 

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Kakshayita" * | Qfl© ( 6©« )— 1. Rakshaka 

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Watching ; guarding. 

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Raksharaja mythological being said to be 

the mother of B5]i and Sugrtba, the 

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Raksharaja A king of demons. 

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Rakshas 9© ©SI ©QGKJj <qQ «KH Q©§ 

<©©0©G© ©98 §0 ) $fl9— The root 

word of Rakshasa (demon). 

©ss-S9 © \S° qot)— qaa— 

Rakshasa A demon, . — 

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Raksha |U8hti demon world; all the demons. 
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Rakshastwa 1. Demoniacal nature ( Apte ). 

> I Qlsag©G©l9© ©%^Q©l~2. Fiendish 

cruelty5 malignity. 

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RakshS 1. Preserving} protecting; defend- 
ingj maintenance. >\ q$Qi© 9IQ0 ©I ©fl£l- 
2. The protecting of the world and its 
beings, [q— qga© ©a QMO&i^fiHai-ooOCi 
act I <3^Q 00 W© ©I WQ9 fll«I^Q 
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round the wrist to act as a preservative 

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QW I] 9 I a^il^©; ©B©l©% ©3 4 Q— 6. Ex- 
trication- liberation; acquittance, pi 4t$; 
^ o— 7. Salvation deliverance^ acquit- 
tal, r I ©«©J— 8- Watching^ guarding. 
G I tiaq GQ^I — 9 - Giving of shelter, v« I 
©§lQaiQ3— 10- Superintendence; - \t I 
9»l€I^QI 999% Ql ©%^[Q^*I — 11. Sav- 
ing from danger, trouble or ruin, u | 
Q8Q«QQ€Q^ 89*1 C»ai-*12. Security 
from danger or calamity^ warding off 
of danger. «.• I Q9I QQQ 91 GO^a — 
13. An amulet or mystical object worn. 
as a charm or preservative . (Apte). 
GQ. a*—©SI G9Q ( G9fl ) — RakshS hela 

(See) 

Raksha kabacha Q\& QhQ§© qiS— 1- Protect- 
ive armour. ; I Q1N|%9I ©I?© aQCJQ^ 
Ql Q9<9^S9| 9IQ9I MG^ G99GQ 2IIM ©Q" 
Q9I aQflSft G©RQ» — 2 - Consecrate^ 
amulet or cisket worn to save one's 
self from calamity, «» I q8 ( GQ« )— 

3. Rakhhi ( See ) 

q Q iqq_s. 9^1. qr(Qsai + $ ai^+a)--GHi©iq (sw 

Rakshakara Rakshakari ( See ) 

Qfll ©Q€l— ^. 9— 99<?%Q^i© ©Q^i— Warding off 

Raksha karana danger^ saving from danger, 

Raksha karana mantra Raksha mantra (See) 

©SI ©©§— ». ^— ^ al «^9 ( 69« ) 

Raksha karanda Raksha kabacha ( See ) 

(©« ©Q«>©— ao^s) 
©Qt ©Q©l— W.§— < I $09^ ©1IQQI — 1. To save 
Raksha kariba from danger. 3 I ©G©l — 
^^T^?t ?^!T ^IT 2. To guardj to watch. 

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q$ ©GQ ©^ G©l€ 1 q§? $. 99tqQ©. ©©) 
w I G^?QI©© ©Q©l~^- To take care of 
V I ^1©©©!— '4-. To keep. + I ©q| G©©l — 
5. To be in the custody of. §> \ ($M\i) 
Q$$ ©I «ICr©flq ©tai ©Q©[ — 6. (figurative 
To save a situation by certain action. 


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used to ward off danger. £q — <$t QSI- 

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RakshSkan tfkaQQj'— 1, Protector* 9 I 39 — 

(QSMQtfl-3,1) 2. God of death. q$, g?— G3 

Q9I QGQ-^Protecting. 

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RakshS gxuha Lying-in room; a room where 

a woman is delivered. 

Qfli^%Q— e. w— (qoiq^^I) ®2qi aid $si§— 

Rakshadhikyuta Employed or appointed 

( by the Government ) to guard — 

®— QQK5T ©3§ «W»9Ql— A Governor$ 

a magistrate, a Superintendent. 

QSl OT4I — 9. 9 ft. 9. GG»— SMiawfe QjQ, $§ 8*S(1— 
Raksha panchami The 5th day of the 

dark fortnight of the month of BhSdra. 
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RakshS pattali^ft RakshS kabacha (See) 
qsi a©— gr. ^~ff€iQ©9i«l^ QaieT s>q§ gfoloQiOQ- 

Raksha pati Q9Q&IQ96M ({). a.)~- An officia l 

of ancient times whose duty was to 

look after the safety of the inhabitants 

of a towo^ 

QQI 93— % S(fl.9.G<a.) — * I ^©9S— 1. The Birch 

Raksha patra treej Papyrus. [^— <3<a>IQ ^i^Gfi? 

oai'^eMiaio qsiqq^gq agai< i ] 

j I ^e Q«5 $9* 59Q 8Q— 2- The paper- 
like bark ot Birch tree. * | aQI G9IQ^ 
(^. 3.)~3- White rye, 

QQI 0IQ9I — W. -9 — ^9^iQ% Q©IQQQ QQ^I — 
Raksha pSiba To be saved from danger. 

Qaiqgja— q°- 9. T W. a. gqO—cw* 9 ; o^«^iq — 

RakshS parusha A watchmanj a guard 

( Apte ). 

Eakaha purnnina The fullmoonday of the 
lunar month of Srabana. [ Q-<19» 

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Rakshapekshkaa Q9Q — 1. Door-keeper; a 

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2. A person engaged to guard the 
female compartments. • J Q€£%Q W%- 

3. An euDOch. [ Q — 8 69 QqfWfllW 

q©^»qsiQ Qsi oiaiGQ S^qg ^ ai^q i ]. 
v i gs— 4. An actor. + | q§ — 
5. A jester, p \ ?jg|^©Q 

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9!QQ - 6. A catamite (Apte), 

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RakshS pradipa ^,g| aiQ^i 99G9 ©G^l§ S>al«> 
SO^IIGQ ^©IQS 1 «aa (9. CI)— A lamp light- 
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evil spirits 
Qfil QQQ— «. 9—^ I 9S! WO ( G9« ) 

Raksha bandhana 1. Raksha ^abacha ( See ) 
9 I q3 (G«)— 2. Rakhi ( See ) 


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An ornament worn as a charm against 

evil spirits. 

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Raksha mangala Qg| ai©©| Sicf aftq© ©fl (©. 

€))— A ceremony performed for protection 

against evil spirits (Apte), 

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Raksha mani Q9I Q|Q©| QIQ 9Q§© ©^ — 
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Raksha mantra GflQ* flWftGQ «©$% ©I aSCf©% 
QSI 9QQ— Mystic formulae used in sav- 
ing a person irom danger or calamity 
etc, [qj— Q$i flffl ©gq G©l$ v G©« l] 

Qfllfl©©!— M. ©— ©»^«W3>© €R~ 

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3«Pt fi[S[t a person being saved from danger. 

qsi q$— ** ^ (a. Q- Q3)— aq©aia' ©i©gq ©<s?igsi 

Raksha sutra aftgfif© q©l 3 q3— A knot of 
consecrated string tied round the handj 
in order tb eave cne's self from evil in- 
fluences 
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Raksha hela Q9Sf© ©Q©% S$<a© 9©53— 
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(©91 GM 69— *KM%9) God that I am saved. 
q§— ff. 9 (Q9 81$ + ©$. Q) — ^ I ©S©— 1. Protec- 
Rabshi tor. 9 1 9$q©IQ-2. Watchman^ 

guard; police man (Apte). 

QQQ — 3. © (©§+©) — ©fi ( €©« ) 

Rakhika Rakshi ( See ) 

QQ9I— e. ©til. %K©g© + %1. »)— ©9l©f©<ai— 
Rakhika Saving or protecting (female*, 

©. (Q9I+© + *!) — «* I QSI Q©0 ( GQffl ) 

1. RakshS kabacha (See) > | Q9q©|q — 

2. A female guard, m | QSOQ ^l&cr— 

3. Protectress. 

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RakshinI Fet^ioiDe of Rakshi, 

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(Q9©l — qj) 2. Reared up; maintained, m \ 
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3. Guarded; protected 3 treasured, 
■»• i «J€jqc^ <ilO — 4. Taken under one's 
protection, Q— G§Qm© QQ QG3S — Name 
of a Hindu medicinal work. GQ. q — 
©Cfl^5ll©G?Q ^G€il3l^ 9G€ig— A family- 
title in BengalJ 
QQ© QQGk— G9. ^— afeQ v ©0*Q5 GQ^ KT^€J ©|0 
Rakshita jangala ceq GO^ CtQ^GaOi^Q ©i 

?^5 W»T, s#$ ^5f^r QOIQTQ ©G«y ffll<3— 

9T£9k5iflar Protected forest. 

qq© era- g°. ^ («&ot)—§©wi gig «>$©!q a^^© 

Rakshita phala aQglGQ MlQ©f er©5 SI^Q— 

Preserved fruit; preserves, 

q§© QQH— a°. 9 («ds>9)-~Gofei§ qei^Q a^QiQ^. 

Rakshita rajya o G9IQ ©IQ ©S^toGQ €ll9© 
q^ — a. protectorate^ a mandated 

territory, 
qq©i— %*. ?®. %.• (Qs ai^+Q^. © 4 - qs^j wi. t©) — 
RakshitS Q^g (G9«l) — Rakshaka, ( See ) 
(©a*— 41) a*. ©«. 41 (Qfl©+«)— QS©Q 41^cf 
(©©!©©!— ©9 1 ?!©) —Feminine of Rakshita. 

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concubine. [ o^ 693IGG <a$£J9|$w 

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Rakshita stri Rakehita (See) 

(«soi qAi— ao^g) 

QgiQ^— tf. P (*^l $$) — flWMQ— A body of 
Rakshibarga guards; a number of watchmen. 
[QflQtfl, Qfc^Q — ao«t%a ] 

qs G9«!— s.P (g£o+g«i)-<. i s^sr aqqcwi €>?te^ 

Raksbi sen§ ©qg GQPmQQ — 1. A troop of 
bodyguards. 3 I ©«QP Qfll «>SG$ $39 
gQStf — 2. An army engaged to guard a 

townj town police* 

«qq c3om— **. p (o*IjqS+g5<w) — t \ qsisr ssiq 

Rakshi saioya qqis' @jq§ P*ig — 1. A soldier 
[QS G?©Q— Wi^q] acting as a bodyguard. 
> l ©ap $Qio Qaia @qg p*§ — 2. A 
soldier employed to guard a town or 
fort, m | apqpiQ — 3. Guardsman* 
sentinel, [ <j>— -QQ qQ\ty dQfliP <Qlq\ 

pip$© 69Gfii $$iq$ §<( aai— pgfl, qaI 
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Rakshi 1 I %m mi OGS— L Saving, ^ | $$©; 
§9*3! — 2» Guarding} protecting, + \ q\<$\ 
pap^PI agS^W«n% Q^l OGQ—3. Sav- 
ing or protecting from evil or danger. 
^_* I g^q— 1, Sentinel; a guardsman. 
" €P" P— Q8 (GP<a)— Rakhi (See) 

Raksbogana $lttG«* 6)-QaafllG9— Demons. 

■s«a§— *. P«» 7 9! ( Qa^+«> ai$+©<§. » )— ©a 

Rakshogbna qsqfllOQ PQIS 06Q— Destroying 

demons* sr, p. e I QtlOO* qfta— 1- The 

marking nut; Semioarpus Anacardium. 

9 i GAP ^9; QQ Gflia^ — 2. White sort 


of mustard seed. • I QI^O} 018— 3-Sour 

rice watery fermented rice water* *| QCf; 

G9Cf7—4. A safsetidaj Ferula asafsetida. 

QGSdl— «. P— 9<St$ PO— The Orria rootj Aconus 

Rakshogbni Calamus; Zingiber Zedoaria. a. 

w , q] — QGai^Q q)Qcr — Feminine of 

Rakshoghna. 

Qeaioo«-^. ^ *1 ^ ®^ Qsi+9Q9i)— tigagc? 

Rakshojanani fllOl— l- Mother of demons. 

J I Q^— 2. The night- 

QOBIQia— *•• 9 (^ ^ Q«l + Q!eJ)-QGaiQS? (€Q«l) 
Rakshonatha RakshorSja (See) 

qssiqQ— 3°. $ (911 «% caj+oo)— qflwwoi— 

Rakshobala " An army of demons. 

QG@IQe3-S ' ^ « ( 9fl1 ^> M«+Q^i Vfll- ^p)— 
Rakshorathi QOIGq^ 3PWQ— A demon- 
warrior fighting on a car. 

RakshorSja q«>l— A king of demons- 

QG8I9I— %*■ P^t(QS9 v +9^ «% OlJ. 0,0} CGfllPO, 

Rakshoha !««• W )— 0G91Q ( GO€l ) — 

Rakshoghna ( See ). p—qao— Indian 

Bdellium. 

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Rakshma[kshna] Rakshana (See) 

s ^ M _q». e«fi ( qs* ai^+otf. a)— qm1^[; qso 

Rakshya G9PIQ GflldM— Deserving to be 

IQSii— *Q , protected or preserved. 

QSiaiS— «°. P«. 1* (Q* aiq+o* ao)— ^ I Qs©— 

RakshyamSna 1. Preserved, ^ I £1191^ QfilOq- 

[Qswwi— 93] aiQ«a— 2 ' Under fche P rocess of 

preservation, 

€*« (Wl^)— «• «0 «€iPl— 

Rakh (root) To move (Apte). 

€»-«. ^— (0391 d^io ap^ao q4\%* ^gct 

Rakh 9^P9© aOIQ )— {<$) 08PI ^1 0€(— 
fW t^ (Let thou) Keep. 

[ ^— 6i« GOI S9PIQ 015% GG>I OGQ I 

6P. a— a^^ (a«0 P«^ PI OOl) €J*i|CIOQ— • 
Give up (that matter). 

Q<a©a(a*)— qigp («w«cO «- 1°— w® Q 90 ©> w«- 

Rakh-nia(an) ^L%^ — A paramour^ a gallant. 


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Illegitimate ^cbild )^ bom oat of wedlock. 
^Giffl-Qie^ (tftlQSLQ) 9 il— <S. C9©l) Q9QI&J; 

Rakh-nl Q99g1 — Coucubinej a mistress. 
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Rakh-ba Q#Q| (G9«) — Rakhiba (See-, 
$«$!— G9. W — (*• Q9© 30)— QQIQlq — 

Rakbanta Protecting^ keeping. 

WWlfl 9 — Q8© ©s§— Protectory keeper. 

^ciq— fiiN (saw) *— («■ sag) — qaa— 

Rakhas Demon. 

««l— €9. $— (G\ QSI)— ^ I qSQI— 1. Keepingj 
Rakha preserving, > I ©ctel — 2 Watching. 
*t«! 9fl— ^ | Qao—L Saving. 9 I MM5 
m& ®3g9I— 2. Guarding. [ Q — Ml q$«M»S 

*mreif *> 1 q£q— 3. Savedj kept v | ggcQ 
GebiQ S>g ««1QW — 4. In which some- 
thing is kept. * I 419194 COfa'd 99^ 
£91 §^ — 5- Enabling one to save 

something. 

-««i(s«)q eaiQ s gwi— eo. ®— GQtes <?^ 

Rakha(khe)i thoi na debft «gQ OQ QQlQQfc 

^ff5*W® sit CW5t G>«QQ<I§ ©Q9I— Not to let a 

^^ 5f %sff person live in peace; to pester a 

person much; to persecute or harass 

a person. 

vQfli(Gfl)QQI— CQ. ^— (Q9. ai% §©$; «39l 3^19 

Rakh5(khe)ib5 9G£jl©$> %9 — The causative 

*Htt form oi RakhibS). e I a«w «*ig giqsSQl 

T^stWT $ £jJ QQQQ1— 1. To cause to be keptj to 

3313131 cause one to keep. 9 I BG09I QQQ9I — 

2. To cause to wait, m | ecilQQI - C^ao 

%6Q «§VI — 3. To keep as a guard. 

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Rakha(kbe)i Kept^ maintained ( female ). 

( GQ<ar— ^Q<g© ) ( sai-€;6«S qQOIj QC« 
(<3§ei— q°) 9IQ9 )- Q— t. I Q9 ©I tf; CQlCW— 
?1^ *3fift <#offr 2, Concubineja mis- 
3t*tt *^ ^WflC tress, J | GQfaf §^1. 


Q§9l9lcT Q<3^ WQ-2. Remuneration 

paid to a custodian or watchman, 

Q& ga— TO. 9 (<JQiaQ 99€>Si; S. Q96I3 go©)— «. ( 

Rakha thua e9IQ«l; Gi?9l©0— 1 Castody5 care 

*W *ft *KsK*s lHr of anything. $ \ 

9°9|Q6Q ^BQ a^g 1 ©— 2. Safe existence 

in the world 3 well-beino; m \ qiq^i 

55T— 3. Storing. * I 0$ 99mSl TOI^CQ 

Q3$l 0^—4. Keeping of many things in 
order; arrangement. 

Rakha rakhi gS?liQ — 1. Acts of keeping, 

9i?9 — 2, Keeping of many things in 

order. * I QiStflCTMiQQHq^GQ ®§9I^- 
3. Custody^ taking care of thing, v | 
3QIQ<ji QSI^ft^QI— 4. Protecting each 
other. Q— BG^^IGOm $£q «6q ««i 
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Rakhia 919§» Qg %1%^^19 QQ ©SIQI 9i^* — 
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2. Protecting, qq. $, — ^. €59©)— 
"Q^ 9I»S> — 1. Protectorj saver, j \ 

©qao— 2, 6uard| watchman. « | aqq]^ 

3. Guardian. q\. Q. — ( «r # «si)^-q«| 

(GQ«)— Raksha (See). 

Q@ GSiQ O GQ5*!— W. 5.— WiQ G€IIQ Q «QI— 

Rakhi thoi na debs (G9«) — RakhSi thoi na 

debs (See). 

€>§ GQQI— GQ. «. — * I SSS> «Q «S^l5 QIQQS&QI 

Rakhi debs 1. To store up a thing, j | gat- 

<y^*ll 2. To place a thing in its proper place* 

* I Q QI9 Vij G©7«9 M^ 9191 SQ Q9|«t 
q qq^I — 3, Not to bring out a thing. 

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brought. 

aql09l 91 Gai§9l— 2. To retain a person 

as a servant- 

Rakhi paka(ke)iba G9QI— To be able to keep 

CslCtf I3F^1 W *W*K or maintain or saYe. 

[«a aiwi— afti%a] [ saai— qic?q gqq" «J^Sb 

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Rakhiba Q3Q^. QQ| qqq|; $>0QGQ S§W^O 
^ VQRt Q§M — 1. To protect a person from 
[ OTI(W)Q9l-§to9%€Q danger, [ Q— fl^pi 

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0^9, fiil© l] 3 I $ag© QWq,^ ftQWi; 
€£€?!$ QQQI — 2. To deliver from danger^ 
to free a - perBon from danger, 
* t (SIQ 41® 8JQ W>C? ) a|Qft ftQQI; QIQ91; 
GgiS^i — 3. To keepj to domesticate. 
v I S>©S 6391©' 6©fa9 91§% ©q9 9Wj 
6©Wi9 9%^ Q©*i%Ga s>3$ <jwi; q^Q 
£§^j — 4^ To take a person into service^ 
to engage a person as a servant^ to 
retain a person in service. ■£Q— 8Q9 
GQQS* 9§Q 9IS(I, G3 G9G3 flia$l«fl <£ 
G9S* 91$ I ©«H] * I «I««S Q99I; flIQ © 
SQIQ9I; 91IQ9I-5. To cause to live, [fij- 
qgl «GQ <£ aiOKji, Ql@€> SQS ©1%, ©^ 
QSQ &QSIGQ I 9©<jpi €>G€I|<33 ©^®. Cl1© l] 
9 I qci^«% Qfll OWI— *>. T° saYe one 's 
life. [Q— QG3 9Q S1GQ $« ? 9IGQ 9Q QG3 

$>«?—©«] 9\ (qg? aaGQ) 69taf 43$. 
9919 ft «€> $1%G9 9«i99IQ 96191— 7. To 
keep or entertain a concubine or a 
mistress, r | (%} GSGQ) €Qfel§ 9§?9L 
9919 ft GQ««3$liQ gtsl^Q 9I«GQ ««IIQO| — 
8» To -keep a man as one's paramour* 
t I V991-— 9. To guard*, to, keep watch. 

GSfllGft <G9 ;»§§) QSSQ I . Q$Qia. $©$ 
$«tt^# I J V9 I t*GW>0IO©«WI— 10 - To 


obey or carry out (an order). *ui(SQfel§f 

€,S«>I — 11. To act according to (a per- 
son's request.) V\ qq $® g ©@, 9) qS)Hi 
91 QQ^JE) alfflO ©Q^lj 90*i QiQQi— 12. To 
keep one's promt r- (^SQSI^SQ 

QQt, G9ia,sfi€t! ao^) Gaig^l oq^i ; gto 
GQ^I — l^g To entertain (certain feel- 
ings in the mind), [q— Q3@1Q qqi G^§ 

Gases qss q§ 1 9^1. esatsiQft - o 
«1© 1] v* I affi 9-5Q agi roqiGQ qi^ 
©Q OI9l^ gq(il QQQ9I— K To keep a 
person in good humour, to humour a 
person; to please a person by following 
his desires. V* I (GOfoffl ®eilQ_) ft qsj^I- 
^QGQ 9Qgi£p%G9 gfft G991— 15, To 
remember}, not to forget [ Q— GsiIQCJ q 
Ci9 Q9 OQfl<a1 I QQqck QG€li^O^. « 

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OQQI5 €&9gia© OWI; 6€I!Q^>I— 1". To 
place. [ Q— QO <aB% §§ ffflll 8I«1G9 Q§- 
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18. To entrust} to keep in another's 
custody. [ Qeil — G3 QliJ GS SQI 

^>9 Ql% a^GQQ^ 99IQQI— 19. To let a 
thing grow, [q— o«a 910 Q§ qq<\ 

< GVG© GQieil G9GR^ ? Q« I ] >° I gl^ 
OWI3 tt'fll QWI— 20 - To store U P3 to 
hoard; to amass. [ Qfil— aft QSQI ] -»i I 
fiM OWI— 21 . To accept. [ a^i — g*3 
G^IOI^ QQftt Q£§] ->? ! @>G99 ft 9WI — 
22- Not to exhaust a thing, [ gal — 

©ssiGQ silt q99i ] ^* i Qfe 9! ^€i c flft aa 

SQS<?ftl — ^^* To leave (an opening or 
outlet.) [ Q— G3 Ql^fltiil 9€« 6^ 9$ai 

©QQiqt Qis €G« 1 as l] 5 * l GftQ^i Qg^ 

fija^ft GQftl— 24. Toretain^ not to re- 

- turn a thing taken, 5* I ©» GW% ft 

HgtQ|— »^fi . To maintain in tact, )9\ 9fl| 


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21^919^3 6991 — 27. To take under one's 
control, jr \ 9^9 qqq\ — 28. To take as 
a pledge. 9<* I ag QaiU QQ g99<— 29. 
To save (money). *o | ©g q| GCI9 319%, 
ggiG^OQq Q9IQIQC ^IQQl— 30. To 
let-out ([a land or house ) to tenants, 
an I a£IQ$!jflS*©$ 9Q9I-31. To adjourn; 
to defer, «j» I 3$ 69Q 9*1—32. To 
leave. (9— 9<a 36g Q6£ atQ M9. G3I 
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giql 69IQ Q99I9 QQiq 99 «99l— 2.To die 

aiter making provision for a matter. 

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RakheiS fc*Mfo A paramour. 

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9G«fi-*fll. W «!)— Sa« «!)— Kept (woman.) 
Rakhel 9. ^1 — V I QG«« 31Q9 ( G93 ) 

^fs^ 1. Rakhei maipa ( See ) 

WM& 9 *&& > I 9ISWMQ 91 Q8QI9 aea ©I 9Qa9s>- 
(QGS1— «CW%9> 2 - Wages paid to a person for 
*Wt ?m *®*K keeping or watching. 

QGGtQ »(«9Q)9a -69.S— W ©J <J «©l© Q910 — 
Rakhei 5ida (ardara) pil§ A child born of a 
?W*to C5CT C^ttft^T ST^KT concubine. 

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tftfft,#W*#t *&sft mistress. 

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Q©Jai$) — *— * I TOQIiOOOl— 1. To movej to 
Rag (root) go. 9 I SGG9 ©QQ!— 2. To doubt 

(Apte). 

QG-G9G9. S (Q - )-Cflt W» — 

Rag vt *T Rug? small blanket. 

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Rag-rdiba 1. Ragardiba (See) 

"*" 3 I ©WW (€9«) — 2 - Chakatiba (See) 

Rag^rag Itching sensation. 

QQQGI-GQ. «— * 1 6318; Q«— ** Anger. 5 I «36Q 
Rag-rag $>!& all CT19I 91 W*r— 2 - Aching of 
W ^t the eyes due to the presence ot 
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^fflvzm; iug pain of veins. Q<5t — G^I^SQ ©£> Si- 
Raging; furious with anger. 

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Raga (root) doubt. > | a<?l QQQ1— 2. To fear, 

* I C$91— 3, To taste, v I gig G99I — 

4. To get. * 1 Q3Q ©§QI; «Q GQ9I — 

5. To go; to move. 

qq— G^GQ. 9 (STi. Q©J— * 1 %SQ SLQQWQSq — 
Raga 1. Temporal artery. J I Sq— 2. Yein. 

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T»I 1. Anger; rage. 3 I CISJj Q§ — -;2. Itcting. 


?Jt-?f * 1 q$$| — 3, Grudge, v | gafaffMre |§ — 
t*T 4. Sprightfulness of youth. * | <$9\ — 

5. Paroxysm. 
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Ragarga Q| qQCT^ G»lQGQ QS>IQ9iQ €JQ 3 GOiQ 
^? ^IQ QQQIQ QM— 1. Sound of a series of 
cr«IW^Rr quick beatings of a dram. 3 I ^GfllQ 
^ 0G9IQQ 991; 69?%«; ^Q» — 2. Hilarity; fun, 
tits' amusement; fit of merriment. * 1 QQQ 
CTfa 91 €>QQ 901 — 3. A paroxysm or heat of 
mn\ rage, v j qQq QgQ 0^3 gQQ— 4. Rubb- 
^^5fs( ing of two hard things against each 
^irg" other; grinding. * | QI^q QQ|Q QQ^ — 
^J^sesRT 5. Grinding of the teeth, [ gj — 

GG<a 090$^ Q^la qci© 1 9§8°9. 

tn^ 6. Hard labour. 9 | ©aQ — 7. Obstinacy. 

r l GQfff8q«H — 8. Repeatedness. 9^ — ' 

t»T^ I I m-, 99 — 1, Hard? strong. [ ^— z<$$ 

Q«e© g$<? g©q«» i qaiffia^ 9«9iq i] 

9 \ GQ€t©l-2. Rough-grained .«|©«€iQ|© — 
3. Obstinatej importune. 
Q6I@ «QQI - GQ. ^— *. I ^^^^ J3|©|^)Q QQQI — 
Ragarda kariba 1. To visit a place in quick 
QQS> aQl(G9)Q9l ) succession. ^ | qQ© 

QQ9» QIQOI i i OQPI— 2 To make 

^9f\g ?p3t a fun^ to make merriment. 

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Ragaida jama(me)iba TO devote one's self to 
^5 Wt^ CTB" 3WRT a fit a merriment. 

Ragarda jhagarda 1. Drawing and dragging. 

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Ragarjla laga(ge)iba 1. Ragarda jamaiba(^ee) 

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T*T3 5HTHT « I OQQ 0&91— 3. To importune. 

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*3TOW 5 CTOTFH 0§Q9I — To cause to be ground 

by another. 

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SI9 3 9I9IQ9I9— 3. Higgling and haggling. 

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Ragarda pathara Coarse-grained stone. 

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Ragarjla ball Q999 — Coarse sand; sand 
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Regards luga Coarse clotb. 

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Ranalds ragardi 1. Grinding several times? 

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<*T^T**I^ ^Qa Ql©?| — 2. Polishing well, «| 

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Ragarda he(]i)ba To be ground or split. 
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QQ§> - G9. 9— Gai^; gsjQ— Peebles} gravel. 
Ragardi^ 9S— -^ei^a; 9qfQfl^^Gravelly. 
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Ragardiba <. | (gQO^QStil QQ ^09) ©9GQ 

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<4j^<i! grind or split corn into pieces with 

the hand mill, (9CI|— 9Q, 9Q., <no> 

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bruise. (flat — ^CT ^€1991, 9© - QC^I, 

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flQl© Sl§© 09* I — 5. To grind (the teeth). 
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pl^t itchirjg sensation in the eye owing to the 
^sRT presence of sand etc in it. > I (SQi^Q 

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fiTOSfnil ""2. To be bruised ( said of the 
<ffii5t ^St wrist or ankle). * t qq^i £3|Q 

^«IT5fT3IT QIQQI — 3. To be capable of being 

ground. 

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of 3 syllables (of which the 1st and 2nd 

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poetical composition. 

QQ €>8©l— €©. §.-—£$1 9$ 91 — Throbbing pain of 

Ra^a bindhiba ^ ^Nt^Ti the veins 

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Raga marijiba q$M— 1, The cooling of rage 

^Tt *0 ^651 on being met with rage 

JW3¥t$t*l > I aQafliSW |§Q Si$— 2, Cooling 

of itching or sprightliness by hard 

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Raga mariba — 1. To cool a person's rage by 
it'Qt TO1 5Rt«T 35T *5T^rr meeting it with equi- 
valent rage. } i (victh) Qcff aegaio 
Q$« ©1$ fl|Q €991 — 2. To kill or cool 
^T ate«u* cne'c sprightliness or itching by mak- 
ing him labour hard. • | gq e©3 ©G^GQQI 3 
3q€© ©9^G©Q ©©I ©Q ©$©1-3. To 
stop or cure throbbing or aching by 
searing the proper vein. 

Raga raga ??f ^, *H^ 1. Rag rag (See) 
^W^f 5 |-a©%^ G©M© © — 2 t Angry; raging with 


anger. • | G8iaGQ 8 er S9©*; Q^lSsj ©S- 
6>S1— 3, Frowning, with angerj foaming 
with rage; scowling, Qgj, — *. | ©|£*«l$ 
0©©l €aiq* OS Q ©$cp— L Itching of 
the eyes due to the presence of sand. 
©.— -£ I G$la — 1, Anger; rage. J \ 
G@iaQ 9QQI — 2, A fit of rage. •» | 
e^iaS>©«> Q %$1 — 3» Bitterness due to 
rage; frowning due to anger. 

QQi(Ga)QQ)— eo. §,— qciQi 3^iq §te$qa — 

Raga(ge)iba The causative form of ragiba )— 
^ft=l TOi ^^^l ^19,® «gQ^i— To irritate 

^■dj^h^H I a. person5 to make a person 

^ ^QiQI I QQ t] 

Q§^I™GQ. «.— ( S. Q°» «j^ )— qq|g^© 6991 — 

Ragiba To beangry^to be in a fit of rage- 

©Q9I — To dye with a colour. 

QqiSQ— 6Q. M. ft — qfll; GQI8ff^^9, 9qq«1— 
RaguS ^f ^l^fl Of a fiery temper; irritative. 

q^©-sigq.— (qi€swj) 9.— (9fa ao)— ocpq 

Ragur^i Kangan (See) 

Q€ (ai^)— «T.— «* I 9fl» 0Q9I- 1. T o go. 

Ragh (root) ? | Qgj gQ^i — 2. To move, w I 

<5ig 8JQ91—3. To shine. 

QQ— ST. Q ( QQ ai^+Q^- Q ) — ^ ' 3$^*°^ ^ 9 ®- 

Raghu ^GQ^ — 1. Name of. a king of the 

Solar dynasty of ancient India. [ Q — 

4 TOW© Q«lSff 1*, «S* 9QI, QQQQS? 

e©ifl9 6 qw^ gaairo i < ^i^^ogq 

©Ifl G9IQ»g I < 9§Q©1 ©q ©Q a9G€l<3GQ 

W©© a^ «©%i» QQ ©i^sfltoc^ g^ ©10 

9Q9GQ I «©!©■ ©*€flq geifllGQ asaiaj'QQ 
Q©3« g^GQ I ] -> I (9§QO??GQ Q^© 
e. QQ98 )—Q<a A 9 D €)1^ ^6Q CM — 2. The 
kings of the Raghu dynasty. « | §<a 
Q©I4 -©•€!— 3. The family of king' 
Raghu, V I QIQQIS ^© fl^lQlQi QQQ°« 
— 4. *Tbe Raghubariisa^ an epic poem 
by KalidSaa. Q<9. 9. g. ( sjQqa© )— 

(SQJSI— «H9Qa©) . ^QPiei ff|fl©©i§Q ©l©9lfl 1 


't.'^ >A4k.-^aMtoHMflifl 


■iv'l*l*(i*^ J-ij. ^^jfil 


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(£©_© — fl©Q0© a©i%.9) —Name for calling 
Raghunatha. [ Q— 3fl4 fl|©G© GS©I, 

s© eee&G© 09i i Sqcil© i ] 

QQ©L©— S. Q— ©©©°S ©l©H© ©Q^QI; ©© ©IQ©I9 — 

Raghukara Poet KSlidasa, the author of 

the Raghubamsa. 

-qckjo— e. ©— qcq°«5 <£$©©) qoeQaawa— 

Raghu kula The Solar dynasty of kings of 

ancient India* 

^ Q <&«) $«©—$. © ( qp©; ©<SfcQ + ©Q©; — 
Raghu kula tilafca ©QQ*€I© gal© ©m§U QGQQ 

(QQqogqiQ, ©©qogS — 219.^9) —Name of 

*" * Ramachandra . 

*©q(toO« fitfflQ— to. © (©ifl)— sagG©aa ©i©99 
Raghu (gho)j I bbonsala ©»iQ (G© fcQQawaiq) 
[QQ(e«ai)«Beq(cq )«[i— wiq?) aq©|I ©s©°as Qeia 

. 3*isf1r»f *R1 q©| 6 ©I©" a^OIQ-Name of 2 

^SptoJNrSTl Marhatta kings of Nagpur, 

from the latter of whom the English 

got Orissa by the treaty of Debagrama- 

[ © — « QCT© C©|© TO©*? SI©OI% 6?aiQL 
^$>*J Sil^lQG© ©q ©©^6© <i©° <^is. 

©owe a^ *.? ©s sq?i ©is© 'cola* 

G©©!$ «Q©© fill llQK% ©€*$G© I <©1© q? 
©IGGIfiatf© ©I© ©§ ©Gtf Q©©§1 ©©1 ©©£- 
G©\©©Oi^ Q Q ©©aiG© G©©9ia© QQfllq 

s$9iq ^at^gig g^iq ^q« si©e© 6®ai 
a$i©l© ©6© I ] 
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Raghu tijaka Ramachandra ( Apte ), 

€,Q ©G© — S. © — ©ggc^— Ramachandra. G©. ©. 

Raghu nandana $•— t I GQ©C ©19 — 1. A 

name given to males } | Q€©Q© 

©$iqj& ( G©« ) — 2. Ragbnnandana 
bhattachar]ya ( See ). 

©Q©Q© ©Sl^cUl — 69. © { ©IS ) — ©tflq A© gg©l© 
Raghunandana bhattaoharjya — Name of 

a commentator on the Hindu law 
whose opinion prevails in Bengal. 
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qJW% fll© 39© ©€* ©^fl|©©lG©ia©3l9l 
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«s$ i <©i© t, © aoqic© ©olq ©c?^ai© 
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©^©ia— *. © { ?<tf «*>)-<> I *w,^ Eama " 

Ragha nStha chandra. J I ai©9W ©G33— 

2. Name of one species of Salagrama. 

[Q>-«iQflifl oeowi^TOa I ] TO- © 

q^— qg« ^afl©i ©W— A name s iven to 

males. 

©QQiffl ©19— g©. © ( ©w )— * t a«©« a©i©1© ©cr1^ 

Baghunatha dasa ©©96fl«— 1- Name of a 
very pious Bengali B^shnaba poet 
who was contemporary of Chajtanya* 

[©— «63©©HTO©<*suiawq© ©g^i a<W 

^"©^gP© ?1G© \ <9l^ 9©l GQI9TO 

9^©a aoiQlGQ ©aoi© ©©l©(?oi§ *399l^ 
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0©S!I<5©-^L©©©© l] ? I *^l©9 «©I©1© 
gj@»l^ ©$©G€W — 2« Name of an Oriya 
poet of the 18th century. [ Q i —< 
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*.©©«dl gQQ«© QS 1 gaq© ©©?ig© i 

e©^^ giol© Q8» I ] 

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Raghunatha bhanja ©©I— Name of a king 

of Mayurabbanja State. 

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Raghunatha bhattacharjya A famous Bengali 

Pandit (the descendant of Swami Rama 

nanda the annotator of Amara Kosha). 

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Raghunatha rSo(wa) Name of a brother of the 
Peswa. [ «5 — < $ «.9#r GQ akl© 

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astronomer of Nasik. [ Q — < QI^IQS 

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Raghunatba sirotnani Name of a logician of 

Bengal, contemporary of Ohadtanya, 

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Q€Qia 9§Q©Q — G©. 9 (plfl) — ©l«iqs© GCtf Q©! — 

Raghunatba harichaudana Name of a king 

of Bgnapura in Puri District. [©— <i 

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Raghunathia of Brahmans of S&mbalpur [© — 

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Brahmanas, GQ. 9. 'q* — (W|©qa©) 


©©©13© ©I© fflfl— A aame for calling 

Raghunatba. 

Q^_0iqQ-^.9.--(^1 ^ 5»fll ©©)— QflOQ — 
Raghu nayaka ESmachandra. 

Raghu nfihS Ramacbandra. 

[q j — M© G^G^ 9191, Q«^ ^ 3I9I, G9I^ 
91^9 QW19! I Q»- G"$G9<31«9«ig i] 

qq fl©~ ST. 9. (^,1 Q«0— Qfl©^ — 

Raghu pati Ramachandra. 

QQ^@%J-«. 9 — (^l©o)— ^ i qoi ^ c ,5 so©^- 

Kaghu pratinidbi 91 galQS^ ©1$ 1. A r p " 

presentative of kiDg ^agbu. ; I q©l 

«© ( ©1©©!^^ ©£©*€! )— 2 Kin g A 3 a - 

©€K?°€t— 9, 9 .— ^1 W v 3 ©««i_+9 o a)-t I ^ 
Raghu bamsa q©|qr© © - a ; ©Og,© — 1. Th9 dy- 
nasty of king Raghu . Jl (©^S; G^ 
©°«l ©f© G9l©eig agG©)— ©10©I9 g«l© 
Q©I©l©*t— 2. Name of the Sanskrit epic 
poem by Kalidasa. [ © — QQ©°a TOl- 
©l©*tSQ ©^©* Sol 9«flaorol© Sl^^ W 
qq ©§ asiQ SG3I2JI© q©ifli©Qr 9^ ©f© 
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©Qff€( ®e©-^. 9 — 99l ©©, ©o©°a + QQ©) — ©o. 
Raghubamsa tilaka ©»glq ©©iSIQGf «&1GQ G@^5 

qgoQ^- -Ramachandra. 

Q 0QP§Q_g. 9. q_° (q©©a©+«Go ©)— «. I QS©9©1© 

Ragbtibamsika ©,g — 1. A person born in 

the family of Raghu. J I q-GG^ — 

2. Ramacbandra. (^— G©!©G©Q OG^ 

G«l© 9Q©^ G91QG© ©q©i© GS - ©«. 

QQg.Ql_e.961. q^(©©M + Q©^ V9| *©) ©<3©€tG©»l© 
Raghubamsi qg©^—- Ramacbandra. (g^— qq 

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Raghubamsiya . 1. Relating to the family of 
(QQTOsqi— 31) Kaghu. ^ | Q^9«IOIO— 2- Born in 

the family of king Raghu. 
Q3 «flQ — e. 9. q° (S>91 ©©)— qqqq — 
Raghu bira Ramachandra. 

9<a qgt— s. 9 (?q| co)-.qfloo— 

Raghumani RSmachandra. 

Q^jQQ— tf.9. qf (^|| ^ QQ+Q99«q$!9)-qgQG-- 
Raghudbaha " Ramachandra, 

(QQQ9— aoiqa) 

Qff-*. 94. q; ( €jp ai$=$l9.iQ€*9i + 9(§. © )— * i 
Ranka ^g«| — 1. Miserly; niggardly. ( Q — 

(Wi— il) 901390- ! 99^999 490 Qe I — ea) 

J I 9$Q> — 2. Poor; indigent, (q — q$ 

qs> ©q?i ecu s?is«; w$ 99 099 «eij 

£>6U— ©ci J 4919 aa 49 69— tf GS 4 OTGQ 
3Q9 G9IQ0I4, G9 QG»9qCQ 910 QQ Q goiq^ 
< MGQ QQQ G9IQag 6 < .©Q.CQ 919 Qo 
O 991^ QQP^GQ 9Q9G99* «99Q QTOQq, 
WW 6 999Q.9 9<3£j Q«3T »i3aiSQ I) * I 
flQ; eiQ3 — 3» Idle; slow; dull- * | qjq. 
S9^ — 4, Base; vile; low; mean. *. ( ajg|. 
90 €1195 — 5, Wretched; miserable (Apte), 
*. 9. 3!— e. I CtfSQ— 1- A beggar (Apte). 
(Q— QQT WK^Sltf© €!Q, 9|2q G9IQQ G9I 

aqq oq— 00 ) ^ 1 ^Qaigg 9 M §— 

2- Awretch (Apte), « | ssa|^ c (J Q99IS1 
9iQ* — 3. A hungry and half starved 
being (Apte) [ Q— «9T 9lQg %% Q\S QQ 
§0 SJQ— ©a] V I 3<3JQ GQQ— 4. An 

indigent person. ( q — qq. qgq 

CTT^I *<*> 993991 -©a) 69. §G- V 1 GOq— 
1. Avaricious. ( Q— 339 S^SIIGQ a© 
9Q9<S, ao ?a§9;G9 399*9 Q*— $§?9- 
G9IQQQ gq i) > 1 GQfel§ 9^39 399 
3999 9Q9K9I9 6q@ 9SCJ9IQ qqi^q 91 
39a — -2. Hankering after a particular 

thing which one has not got [9 

99-Q9IG9 9 039© ?-©g IG^TO^QIQ 

<aoi^e ciqp 919 ^ ©1919 391930 6999 


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cqQo 9gq 1 

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QQiq© §«S) G©G^ <@ Q90»Q Q«\«l 

wan 1] 

Rankana (q^— %1) Rankuna (See) 

Q© tl»— G^.9.— («. MT+aQ)— W«* 91 ^8«il ^*f§Q 
Ranka dhana aQ 91 Qg G99Q WWllq 91 Sfy 
^tfiiPR «R> ; cg^i^r?i 6^99^ gqsifl 919— 
(Q^l^ldO — aoi^a) Dearest or beloved person- 

a person as dear to a man as are riches to 

the poor. 

QG? 21—"?. 9~<a©Qia> Q39W QI9— Name of 
Ranka natha Grod, the Lord of the poor. 
iffcWfeb^SFlW G9- 9. q!- — £QQ% Qlfl— Name 

given to males, 

qsj ©y— e. 9 — QQQ1& (GQ«l) — Rankanatha (See) 
Ranka nidhi 69. 9— QG* *9 (G9«l)^Ranka 
^tftc^ f^j ^sAf%T dhana (See)* 

Q^a^l— G^?. 9— Q»i^®G^9iQ ocrjsj^aa^ GQ^otfi — 
Rankapana Avariciousness, [gj —21^9 «ISJQ( 

[g &3^a(sB*),QC?(cj5^ia^--aos^a]©9?|9 , i —qtflo 1] 

QGf Q99— G9. 9— *«<? a© (GQ«l)— Ranka dhana 
Ranka ratana stfUw* Tlft^F ^f^tr^ (See) 
(Q<? ACTIO — «9iq.9) 

QOI— G9. 9— ■( *. Q^T ) — S9Tfl9 95^99 QQ3I; 
R«nka Gq919§ 99 QOQf; ^Q— Hankering 
C»Tl^ after a thing; inordinate hankering 

mTST? after a peculiar food. 93 — t. I G<ga 

C^it^ 1. Avaricious. ^ | gq©© gqq 2. 

^, Slisrat Greedy; avaricious after food. 
• I GQfel§ 9^ 9lcT (goi^Q— 3, Hanker- 
ing after any thing. 
Q©l TOI(C9)Q9I—G9.3— 6©7«a 99iQ a J GQOQ 91 
Ranka chhardaiba e^gj g |q q^^,, gQQ ^ggi^ 
sit^iwli €19 qqq|_To satiate one's hanker- 
«iK*ua* ftURT ing after something by partaking 
(QSI 899!— 9) of it or enjoying it to the fill. 


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QS?I g|§9l — G9. 9— QQ3I$ 99— Satiety of one's 
Ranka chhaicliba hankerine. (qq| 3i<p)£t9l — 

wiq— eo. e^i. q°— ( e. cq )-* i sjq saiqQ— 

RankSla 1. Very hungry 5 | »Qa^ qogi^Q— 
(©WW— «©i%9) 2, Greedily hankering after 

QQ — G9- 93. 6 9. 4°— (CI . QQ)— QS? (G9$;— 
Ranki *t#fa *Mt Ranka (See) 

9« ^1.^) cil—69. m- (oeiae TOQQflQ) — ^miTsq 

Ranki dub(du)khi (e9«) — Cubkhl ranki (See). 
9|fK H& ^f^ft GQ,9- (9$9Q3) «§9 €Q©fllG9— 

The poor, 

qg?— 3. 9 -(Qfl v<t ai9_««lQi QQ9i+9<g.q)— wq 

Ranku $g q^ Qgg, qg^gag. 919OT- Spotted 
dearj a deer having a multicoloured 

back; antelope. 

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Ronku lkshani ^teqoi; 3SQ99! — fa woman) 

HaviDg eyes as graceful as those of 

a roe. 

QMI-G©. W. 9!— ( ff. W ) — M 9QQ-1. Poor. 
Rankuna 3 \ ^a$i — 2. Miserly. • | SI91GQGJ9 — 
*1#fa T$ 3. Avaricious after food, v | GQf^lS 
^cfil— «1) M-QIQ GMq©— ^.Eagerly hanker- 
<pt*l iraftOT ing after something (Q — GS G3 

^^StgaT 1 03$ Sg^qS, si^oqo qq^iI /qq9i9— 

9I9%919$ I)— l^ — <l 9Q QlfiJGQ 92dSS9$© 
$« I ) G9. 9-<K-(G9G)— Ranka ( See ) 

[ Q— 99£il(sfl) G!Og Q^ql, M|aq| qq 

3$g — 89 ] 

Q$?£il Q99 -G9.9 — (QSfflla— QQ^ 2J§GQ 9§Q ^9Q 5 

Rankuni ratana og q$^ (G^9-SIG«Uao) g^OT 

^fes ^ 9i§— (a term of loving adress) One's 

^fr^T^R beloved being, [ Q — QQr*1-Q©9 

WIQ «*9©Q flS I 9Q9GSIQ. gl©|Q©9ig] 
<Q9tfl MO, QQ_^1^, Q?efl Cll©— «©^q) 

QCf (aiqj.)— e. — ao Q6i9t— 

Ranga (root) To move. 

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Ranga «)— 1 1 Q«Q99i; 9191 9IQ a»i ^9^ 
9?9 91 <Si$Q Q^OIO— 1, A dye; "pig- 
ment; paint. [ 9 — 0101 9g^ QGr 9991 
fllQ 9QIQSQ 9QQ QCT 3g» | (^1,910, a|§, 


9W, QOfll, 9lff, «9% Q»Q QQ9I69 QQ 
Qq Q£r 9<t9§9 $« 1 GQGS9 QGT QlSKkll 
(water colour) <$ G9G99 G9£*9ai (oil 
paint) 1 flt^qai ;Qcr G8IQGR €lf)g!<i, G©Q- 

qai 9Cr g9©G€i qgq oi« i g©gqq qcp 

9^QI«gi^1 (99QI) 3 GQGW QCT a^QIO 
2. Colour^ hue (e. ^ white, red etc). 

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91 SJQIQ 94 (blue), ^. ai&SI (green), +. 
9«9SiI (yellow),?. PIQCT 1 (orauge)6 9. 
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91 2fl6Q9 9I9IS3HGQ ®Qty\$Q €)o> ^9§ 
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9§)efii, ©191 2BQ ^? £CrqGQl9 ©0, G990 
Qlfil 9ST 919 99QI0 6 Q% 9§ ejflq[91^gll 

9G9 1 9»i9^ fa^Q^Q %$l Gicr^ eai€©<i, 
<%&\Q 9«tq aoa§9 eaiq'sf 9 9§ taq a§^ 

9QI G94ltQI< I qan©Q«IGQ ^^ QtGQIf Qa 
G9Q 49O810GQ «a«§, 9SIQGQ 9^9 
G^QS^l SGfGQ GQ 30919 9 g9|^ 91% 
flSIQGS) < £T« 019 9I§— §. 9. I ] «| ( + 
QQ^l . a) 9@ifil9 «Off ^EQ — 3 Acting, 
dancing, singing etc^ v | o|^— 4. Danc- 
ing. * I qSTI 91 ?^1 al^i — 5. Tin (metal). 

9 I ( +«WQfl. si) 9l*i«IQIj Ql^glOj 
SOW — 6'. Theatrical stagej arena- 
theatre^ play house* a place of public 
amusement. 9 I 9$I$S*5 eglfl S9— 7. 
Field of battle, r I (+93$. «) W9 5 
tl««l— 8, Borax. «1 I «T99 SIQ— 


SO 1 


{ 9* 


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) 


Qcr ©Wl 


9, Catechu, an extract of catechu. 
^ | $>9IQi Sl^l— 10. Plays folic. 
vv I aeniQ; SQ»J TOI — 11- Amuse- 
ment; mirth, diversion. O I G«T§?; 
Q9$h; <l?«cr — 11 Sport$ merri- 
ment; fun. K m I 9gWq9IW ^Sgiq^Q 
9913 ©^ISa— I 3 - Act of expressing 
inward feelings by gestures etc. V* I 
qq ^_ 14 A place of assembly (Apte), 

15. The members of an assembly^ au- 
dience (Apte). %9 I SW&* «©9^« 
QOT^b— 16. The nasal modification of 
a vowel (Apte). £9. $.— t 1 Q§^§ 
*K tn 1. Red colour. J 1 GQQ«£J 6 WN $>$ 
$$<% Qg> WWQ 9gO^-2- Fancy arti- 
cles of various attractive colours. 
[$— W SSQ Wl W 3I«Q> €Gr WGQ 

0$9flM] •! «®«- 3 - Pleasure. *l 
89W3 ei|l £131% Qfif«^- 4 - Jesting* 
joking; fun. * I QIQ^ GOIQ OQ Cft «l6q* 
©© -5. The four classes in a pack of 
card. [$— gqoCSl «91Q Q« qp$ 9 QQ! * 

v GQl? €€r s*% W9© 'W^ wt 4- 

■6. A kind of game at cards. 9 I ©SM©G> 
WQQie — 7.The trump card, r 1QOT5 
QQIQ- 8.Kind.<i 1 ct&ai€«»Q Qft CW ©55 — 
9, Different class of cards in Gafijapa. 
S° 1 dai— 10. Lead, ve I «lfl«l9I— 
11- Amorous pastimes dalliance. \M — 

G^eQfflSQ^W I] fcJ I 9« — 12. Gladness. 
[Q— <WI$ fllO QSCf, S1Q 91© 91© 96CT I 
Q&. GS>69$WW i ] *• I q^— 13. 
Fight. [ Q— <?Q QCT «I9GQ S©OI 
$Q CIlGQ, Q-19 OCh aS GQ 1 «». 
6'<teQqaeOW 1] * v I $9q— 14 Matter. 
1^—939 QCT 0$Q 9§QSr QCTQ QQ QUQ I 
4)8. fi^GWWW I) t* I avgi— 15. Con- 


j 


dition. K9 I <319j ©# —1.6- Mode* manner. 

£9 I G99Q 9§ — 17, Complexion, vr I 
noG® ; «ya©G9— 18. Conduct. (g$— 

9©Sli ! «® €©IQ <« QCT ! GJCT €Q§ GM 

e©^ ©o— qcrte *« » coeaq— 

19. Appearance. Jo 1 QCrl; OQQCTs SQ — 
20* Airs; exhibition of peculiar conduct, 
>l i ftSQOI— 21. Gallantry, ^fl— QSfi$- 

$8% Q\®.n— Red. 

€»«»M-W.*— «sjCT%Ql9lQi^Rq9eQ«QQICi9l- 
Ranga autana Melting of tin or lead. 

Ranga uthibS 1. The production of the wished - 
^ &5*t for colour. J I QGT 0^91 ( GQfll ) 

t*T adM I 2 - R a ^g a chhSi^iba ( See ) 

(SJGT Q%991— a©i%0) 

Ranga kaiH QGgiqft—Ked water lily; 

ff. GGSiqO, TOIOW, Nymphia Rubra> 

W, ^ ^«l, Nymphia Lotus. 

^oioq, Q^u [ ^- <(91 ««9iaq, Q9 

fl. OI9GO , P ©^ ^H® * QgG9l<a9Q, aq)©£T- 

G©. JfelWQj <JQOl<3^t feQiW i] 

Ran^a kanchana Rakta kSnchana (See) 
:<anga kaniara <?©aQ ©1SI£J QgrQ firft— A red 

srtsr ^i^ ^ kin(i of Kanira fiower - 

Q& 9Q— «. 9- ©SGQ— Painter. ^. Qtf) - 9€Qiqj - 
Ranga kara Paintings dying. 

QO* OQQ-GQ- «?-Qg SC^-The red variety of 
Ranga karabl Karabi flower. 

Ranga karibS 1. To paintj to dye. 

K «t ^ I fl€»» » 9I J G ^SL* W 1 "" 
tnwn 2, To make fun. 


QCP QIQ « 


( £«•* ) 


Qaocr 


QGr 9IQ«-OT. $ ft. ^9 + ©«l)— QIQK ( G9S > 
Ranga kaiiicha Kaincba. ( See ) 

00* ©l3©l-C9. $ — * I QQ QI9IQ GM>; $«r1 
Ranga katjJhibS GQSIQ9I — 1« To sport; to display 

W ^lf$3 ^?Tt some sportive peculiarity. 

<ir£fc»T5RT J I Gft?$© QQ«>I— 2. To make fan. 
QGrQIQ — SJ. $. ^—©^qq— 

RangakSra Painter. 

Ranga kashtha Sappan-wood. 

Off GfilfiKJI— G9. $ — * I G9iq $a<?GQ aQiQ G99$_ 

Ranga kheliba qgtcqIQi aiS 9©9I<3 «qsiQ699l — 

3tt*f*Tl TSF%3Kn 1. To throw coloured water 

on each other during the Holi festival. 

> I ©ISJJiq *Q»* 6«0 €«WI— 2. To 

play the game of Ranga in card play. 

Q»Gffl!«Q|— G9. 9— •£ j gig, GaiqT G©fa? <?i^Q 

Ranga kholiba G0G9Q Ql GQQQ Q§ aqaqcWl — 

WW, WWlt 1, The deepening of the colou r> 

^iMwnnr of one's skin or complexion on 

account of health, 9 \ £<$&§ ^ggQ 

CQlftlQIQSiPt qct «© GSfqs^ 91 <agqq 
G^K 2. The shining of the colour put 

on a thing. 
QCP q§— tf. 9 (fl. 8, CfiN—QI*i«|Q|— 

Ranga gruha A theatre. 

QO ©fir— W. W.— ft. W 6 ©CF=GSIW)- £ I 

Ranga changa q<£Q Qflrq^ g§SM— 1. Of 

^ ^ 5*1, a^&csp beautiful colour. ^ | qq- 

tftsff ^oQa- ta^Qflq— 2. Gaudy,- fine; showy ; 

[QOOOa— ao^g] splendid. * 1 QSMJfij 

G$?§9 fl 3— 3. Funny) fond of fun. v | 

«6J«l3 Q&»— 4. Fond of spoit; sportive; 

gallant. 

QCrQGN— 6Q. M— Qcr©cr( GQ3 )— Rangachanga 

Rangachanga (See) gq. Q— * I €>«£ ^©«©|- 

*U5\. W$W\ 1. Diversity in colour; variegation* 

•r^sft particolouredness. ^ | ao^Q— 

2. Splendour; ado. « | ^,9 gg 9|Q _ 

3. Amusement^ fun. 

Ranga charc^a(rdfae)ib5 To dye cloth etc. 


QGfO§QI — 69. S>~ €<Sfa§ 9§GQ W G«a»— 
R#nga charc]hib§ f Dying or painting of a 
<RK51 Cg^OTr thing; application of paint ou a 

thing, 

qgpoq— e. 9 ftcr+oo, *%+$(§, a)— »t— 

Rangachara An actor:, a player, (Apte) 

Ranga chaulia Red-fleshed guava; Psidium 

sTfTC^ftl 5TT5J fan* Pyrifirum- 

QCT a©Q!-GQ. Q-dQ, Ml, ©ft9l^ <$ 99^ QSJ9GQ 

Rsnga chhardiba qqIqS S^tGQ QaiaiogQi qst 

«K <TO?*r«1 ffQf 9§>QQ| Q| ^ GWI— The iad- 
•^F^^Tf ing of a colour on exposure to sun, air 
QQ 1 99891, W ^o99ll M or water. 

Ka %aja ^ ed lead _ 

Ranga janani Shell lac. 

Ranga jamiba Qfli^^ —The insteusification 
3sW*ri • ^fSTff^r of merriment or love- 

[ ^cp ofli(Gfl)Q^i— S^i^a) 
«Cr«i9(9)o— sr. 9. !• (Qcf+w. ai%+w) — 

Ranga jiba(,bi)ka t » ©isioiW; q-Jj ^Q€«©(— 
[GiGGPia«BQl — ao^Q] 1. -An actorj a dancer. 9 1 

93QQ — 2- Painter^ dyer. 
W ^9^S>— W. •?«— G«3|Q Q^QflQflfli, «CQia 5 o|« 
Ranga tahataha s^t'S* — Very red> bright red. 
Qcr $q$ *\ [ q— asra a©Q Qgf ^^^, 

Gicr »£*; |- 8tQi^,a fliQ« 01901 q3e> 9% i^a^ 

QOf a - GQ. SSI— £}§© QgQtoff^l— Reddisb 3 
Rangatia ruddy; slightly red. GQ. 9— $3© Qg 
^t^^ Q§- Slighty red colour., reddish 

^H«Nsfio1T«l dye. 

Q»@«)q,l(Ql) — GQ.^> — <I«9^IQ fi^Qq^fi 9Q\ 93Q- 
Ranga dalimba(ma) A kind of reddish smooth 
*l1»Wt«fa sandstone, [^ — 091 ^ $1^1 6 9IQQ 

an-«rww: ©eft <?i ^fl^si §<i 1*] 

QGT ©fir— G9. 9 ftW*) — t I Cl«©Off; aOQ^l— 
Ranga dhanga 1. Conduct^ deportment, ^ | 
^R, Wft% GQlqp 6 QGrl— 2. Tricks or 
kntti pranks. * I »$HQ — 3. Splendour. GQ.- 


Qcrei(o) 


i **** 


e,cr 6©«ii(G«)Q©* 


(©erecr a— tos 9<a%a) 9tf— Qcr ©cr (GQ«) — 

33flJC9f Ranga changa. (See) 

QGfcSl!©)— 3. © (QOO. ai$+£jQ. 3Q) — «. t QGPIQ9IJ 

Rangana(na) q$# — 1. Painting. s | (+©Q$, 

ilOTft 21©) SOW! eWW«l— 2. Borax, * I 39©- 

**IRT g|Q— 3. Extract of catechu. v I ^©1— 

4. Dancing (Apte*. GQ. Q— QCT$i| (€Q«) 

Ranganl. (See) [ Q— <&?© ©£r£<a g©! 

§oe© i qaioiei. ©&c©4q i ] 

QfiWI— QIGQ- (SW) 9— «WI9 ©SI© 015© 9SS9 — 
- Rangana A caste of Sudras of the district 

of Ganjain. 

Rangani Q|fl) — V I ©Q0©il9 $>€l© gj ©©I QGeiS — 
^br^ 1 # The Rangoon creeper$ Qtrisqualis 

t*J5F5T?rT Indica. [<g— «9I ©^ 6 3IQSJ G©€P 

$©i i «flfl e^si3 etis© 91 eiQ sja©3 g^g© 

*Q©G© <^l%fl9l§)50^ 9% 4$ 6 6919 G*1I§J| 

6 fioaiQ eia© a^as^ er© ©iq 6 as©«; 9^3 
G©$f Mil; ££Q *W© %a®3£j i oi^ qqq 

G©$ ©CT©©I ©9§ i] j I <Q 9©IQ q$ q©— 
2, A sort of flowering plantj Ixora 
Coeoinea; Scarlet Ixora. [q— 091 
«i©W ©9© 9SS9; <l^6© v fl©l©© 
(©)£>, dQlj ^QQSfl 6 9* e JQ) £TQ £TGg 1 
<9I© O 1 © 9Q© 9$ QQ\ 6 GCIiSSfc 1 091© 9IQ- 
q$© <W£j I CfcQ QQ ©£© QCrS^ AlOlQflrS, 

©q©?j Qcrtil, aaaraa qct^iI 6©ioaKi i] 

[q— ©<$Q 0$© £Q 43 as>©©, ^Gas ©«cr 
©GT ©SNl1 G3IQ© I ©S. G©6©<i€l©«ig l] 
* I 09 9©l$ ©G©«IQ© 41 ©©1—3. The 
^fsfsft Sandwich island creeper; Antigonon 
Leptopus. [q— <^|q_ sqqq etI»q SIQ 

$ac© Gaig eiqf sqis} i a« ai© 9Q ; oq 

GQIQQl 6 9©Q I ffQ© QQ^flOIQI ©I9IGQ I 

©ei 6 «to 9G© srs* er£$ — cshgo^q ] v t 

fcTO, ^teT 'TO5T <]© Q©l© ©l©Q© 901 «g— 4. A 
kind of wild tree. [©■— -<J$|© flg ©10 
€>©«] 6 993 €©101 ©106© QGa I Qcr, qu- 
§gq« 6 flio 1© taw saw© -o «ia »6$— 

8. «] + I ©§91^ ©I© «6€I'SI — 5, A clasa 

of weavers. 9 \ ©iO QCfeil q§£8— , 

6, A red-flowered shrub. 


©fir ©fl!(fl)3l— GQ. Q. (990Q> ^. QCT+ffl. ©^131)— 
Ranga tama(ma)sa ©CT ©tfl9l ( GQ«a )— Ranga 
T\ ^TNl^t t«T ?raRn tamasa ( See ) 

©eroi— g©. ^. (ff. Qcr ewj — * I qcri ai^i© 9©©i a«— 

Rangata 1, Tinfoil 9 I 8£— 2. Coloured 

?TlW^T <m*R ^W;, «iwft metal foil. 

Qcroi ©^— g©. q.— 0©© ©^> ©ioi ©iQ ©1© ^C — 

Rangata kanthi Coloured glass-beads. 

QCT©I ©I©— GQ. $■ — a© «OI C9i©?©l 9KQ 01©- 
Rangata Kacha ©aq — Glass bangles over- 
^ts^1 g^ft iwft^r^t laid with tinfoils. 

QCT ©lfl(fll)QI— 69. 9. (3^©©+^. QCT+ffl. ©swi) — k\ 
Ranga tama(nia)s5 $\%*\ G©7^[© — 1 - Fun. j t 
W ^5lW ©l^©CT — 2. Dancing and frolic. «l 

^ ?rnrar a|i — 3. joke 5 jest, 

©a©— s. q. ( qgt+©i ai^+©(|. *■ )"*< I G9i9iai> 

Rsngada tIGptfll— 1. Borax. > | «Q®g|©™2.The 
Catechu juice; an extract of Catechu 

(Apte) 

Qa ©g^sd— G©. ©. (g"3qi©)— («. Qcr+^^i)— <© 

Ranga daurdia g©|© ©IQ— A kind of grass, 
©cr©l— ^ 9 ( Gcr+^i ai^_+©|. «+w )-*$!;■ 

RangadS fff©^— Alum. 

QOOiQ— »GQ. ©tf—«. I €!GSJ ( G5?« ) 

Rangadar 1, Rangia ( See ) 

?srwt^ 3 I fl»M©— 2. Faceteous5 jocular. 

©©• ©lQ(q)©— ^.©— ©QJ.3 q§©l §GQ« — A kind of 
Ranga dara(ya)ka medicinal earth. [<£— <\<§\- 

8©i «r. ©ifl-©$3, »i 6 l^> »«a6© 
oio^SI, wcr <?^s© ?-a(«Q^ 6©«i); <i^i 

*^g GQ©©, ©|©g©a, €jwsa 

9. Q-q<s 6 ^IsQ i <« 53, G«na H 

q. ateG^l QQ*iJo, '«?,• ^ ft l9 6 ©ff^ 

©la©- ©Qsqei i J 
©cr QifiOi— «• 9— ©i€ro*l sw (». a); ai©^©i— 

Ranga dalika Betel creeper. 

Ranga dioljha ©CTQI; ^?©*g — Alum. 

qct g©«i(G«)q^i— g©. ^ — Q^r ©iq©i (cq« ) 

Ranga dekha(khe)iba Ranga kardhiba (See) 
(qgt ©WW ©Q©1— a©^) 


flCT G9$9l 


( 9#*9 ) 


ficr 9191© 


QCT G9§tel— G9. « — 8G4Q 9f«GQ 91 9919G9 91 
Rariea dekhiba ©qg© *JG9I9 Q9Cqa 0Q9I— To 
3^ EWt enjoy fun at the expen se of another, 

Ranga debata cqq — 1. The Goddess supposed 

to preside over sports and public 

diversions generally (Apte). j\ CGre^CJ 

®^l#1 G99QI— 2.The Goddess supposed 

to preside over arenas and theatres. 

QGT GQ9I— €9* 9— GQfa§ 9§q el© 9QS| ; QCTIQOI- 

Ransza deba To dye. 

QCT GQS1—S.9— SI qaiTO 3«ll96as--l- Oae of the 

Ranga debi companions of Radha- M QCr 8S£9- 

2. Night-flowering jasmine} the weeping 

Nyctanthus. [ q_ q^ q£TG9S! 

o^QQ©l fldSQQQ Qqs<a ( vfl 6 js± ael) — 

98. 6©lt9gl§lQq I ] 

WJiQ— s°. 9 ( 9$. to )— ^ 1 gqss$ gia— 

Ranga dwara 1. Stage door (Apte)* 9 1 CI&99 

ggl9Ql — 2. The prologue of a drama 

QQQ — *. 9 ( QSR a|§_+QQa. ag )— ^ I 9&ft qq. 
Rangana QB^QSil €fR9 QS — i. A sort of flower- 
3Q«iSr.-*~ 2I99%9> <Hqj, i"g shrub; Pentapetes 
<3il©», fliail?to, Phoenicia; Jxora Bandhuka. 
Qg, «#», WS> ' ' ( + «*> «tft)— SCTIQQli 

9«» , 9SQ, 9©«fl9 J ©£IQ9I — 2. Painting} 
t ®«9G>, 9© Q, 9§ Q» - dying; colouring. 
9®Q. 9SWG, 99 6U 

Ranga natha Name of the image of Pishnta 
^vrW tn^W situated in Seringapatam 

in the Deccan, 

Rarigapatn 1. The indigo plant. 

<aa 99Q-6Q. «>— e<awq9fiqsa«is««al9fi^q 91 

Ranga paeara ©!Q— A tray full of fancy 

FOTTfo^t* tn<ra*T articles. ( ^— QCTegQ 

991 Q95UOQ, QCT Q©GQ €9© 9 QIQSJQ — 

StSGQia QQQ3I l) 

Rangs (ngif pinapurdi Red ant. 


qgt sflo -s 9 — Q©h90; .. . 

_ W * rf -„ 

Ranga pitha A place for dancing (Apte). 
QCT^f («D — ST. 9 — Sl«l qft— The indigo plant; 

Rangapushpa(shpi) IndigoferaTinctoria- 

QCT S6Q€1— s. s ( s>gl o© ) — «Q3q QQ9lQld Oi- 

Ranga prabesa 9$teQ QCf^9%a?9l (9. a.) 

The entry of an actor into the stage. 

Qtt §9— e. 9<a, §• (9^8)— GoT^Qgq— 

Ranga priya (QQ°Q£j| -%1) Fond of fun. 

£0° ffOi(Qi) a?»9i— go. e—^ I «q, Qi3, aop, $Q9is[ 
Ranga phaka(kka) patdtbs 01 qiqq Q^I9Q 

0|QS(9| QCf P|g ^991; QQ- S$9QI — 
1. The waning of the colour or paint of 
a thing owing to exposure to air, sun 
or water. > \ qq c| Sga saiC QdS9Q| 
99^ G9?!-^2. Paleness of one's appear- 
ance or countenance due to fear or 

disease. 
QCT9Q1— QQ. 9.3.1— * I %ta9ST ^l«— 

Rangabati 1, A name given to females. 

**** 5 I Q^OI ^5 Qldq— 3. Acoquette. 

qcpq^I— sr. 9— qw$1 .(G99) (9. a.) 

Ranga ball! Nagaballi (See) 

^CTQ'^— «1 . 9(fl.a.GQ)— QGP^9 tG9«) 
Ranga bata Rangabhami (See) 

Qg-Ql^l— G9. 9 — ^ I 9QHTQ OQ— 1. The Indian 
Rangabana shot; Canna Indica. [9 — < qa 

^FW »9I 6 909 qa 9Q; £T^ 9i£?9 99; 

«l« OI«9fl»* 99, 9^ QSH I ] 9 1 

g89Ga^ Ql€% Gai$9ld ( GCIl§>9la S9«1 ) 
2- A species of red flower. ( Q — 

9^1 QCT9IG«lj ^3lQ9Gfl! 9IG^I,<I QC^l SQ^l 

GO ©IQG9— QflE. C^GQVa^dia I ] 

9CP0I0— 69. 9—- G0l*9 G9?«9 S4S ©9 G99I 06Q 

Ranga bata G99Q 9^ 9f«l a§»g9l GSR— 

?T^WS} W A disease resulting in the 

tn^RT redness of the skin of a new-born 

child, [ Q— Q£GQ Stf 9199 Q3I9IQ9 

- «q9 G9GQ < G^et ^0 1 Q^ eeiQM <9i 

9ft ^< 1 ^99GaiQ. g^QQa^i 1 ] 

QCPQ»«— G9; Q-GQl«f 9|Q 9^9 fa^t— The 
Ranga bahar brightness of the colour of a 


<QCr 9I9IQ 0Q9I 


( 9* m ? ) 


qq> si$ 


^?w^f: thing. GO. 9tf— 65««9S99% ( 0§ ) 
3\3l3t3 — (a thing) Of very bright colour. 

■qct|;oi9I€j oqqi — go. 3— qct si© si (gos ) 

Ranga bahara kariba Ranga karflhibS ( See) 
■OCT 0011— *: 9 — t I G©iCil©l9 99il— 1- The art 
Ranga bidya of dancing and singing. 9 ' 

Wlti9^ — 2. Theatrical profession. 

■qctoqiwq— e* *— 1 1 ®\o< qiq a&j^<© <§. a. * 

Ranga bidyadhara — I, One of the 60 musica 1 

cadence. > | Qg (§, a. )— 2. An actor- 

?. 9— Ol&iSjao — Expert in dancing, 

Rari^a bija — Silver. 

•QCr G©(©)QCr— 6Q. M— V| CIQSgQIQQ. 9&l§— 

Ranga bs(bi)ranga 1„ Multicoloured. -> I GIQI- 

^^ <3©I9Q— 2. Of various kinds. GO. 

<*\fktef 9 — <\Q 9gSQ 3191 GMOi-^ Variegated 

colour$ many colours present in a 

thing; 

QGrscr-e. ©— aGflios«ro om q9Qcr1 gois — 

Ranga bhanga Lascivious gestures. GO. 9 
3OTTOW «G3I9Q GQIOGQ OWIQ $9§0; QqQ°a— 
^1W Impediment to merriment; interrup" 

tion in gaiety. 

qct qct1— *. ^ ( ?$ ©©)— oigisoiq gq7§os£j $ o «i1 

Ranga bhangi —Amorous gestures; dalliance 
QQ> «>OQ— e. (SI. B. G<3 ) — QGr flOQ ( GQ<H ) 

Ranga bhabana Ranga mahala ( See ) 

QGT^-GO. 9tf-fli£|i€9i9 £ftO — Producing illu- 
Rangabhula sion. £Q 9— SpOl Ofjltfj ©J<S>i- 
3Rrel(^)5T1 q^O^hJ Q9\® eq-QO) — Producing 

^^ 53firt%^T|«If illusion by shows or magic- 

Ranga bhuti G&cgqiF ^©lOSlQigig a©9l$© $«) 
— gojoiciq G|qi. 'wnf© ejfy goTpcb efjft; 

qplQ sffiiu Q€fla©|— The fullmoon* of 
the month of Aswina [q — <j $]OG9 Osl 

GCgisj ©i^acsiol ©qgj G9l£ G30 94iq i] 
-Qcr q^fl-e. 9— s, I qi^|9 5 oi^qioi— i. a stage 5 

Ranga bhumi a theatre^ a dancing hall. 

(£cr gicrtfi— «oi'q,0) 5 1 ejasio sk5 coqeiQ goi 

219 — 2, JA place enclosed for play^ 
dancing or other amusements. * I G^oS" 


-_3. Field of battle, v \ w$3t—4. 

Wrestling ground^ arena. + | (G*9£lt£i ) 

»JhO Q$G$Q —5. One*a fielrTof action* 

field of one's activities. 

ocr sra(a)— *. ©— ©it^S; Qcp^a^ 

Ranga mancha(dhya) A stagej arena., 

(Qo-qga — Wn^a) (oo^l— cow %9) 
q<7Q«1 — s. § ( Qcr=«atoi«H-9* N at^-WQfl'- 999| 
Rangamalli +Q(|. 3+^) — ^®l— Lute^ harp. 

^cp a«i<a— giG9 (aiegs ) 9-asB»— 

Ranga maaala Onion. 

Qff fl®Q— e3G9. Q( m) — e I qegMIQ— !• Palace. 

Eanga mahal ^ | qegiqiQ qpft- «|IO0l — 

3t®?3^; ^^51^ 2_ Palatial buildiDg. *» 

6"^OQfi»OI— 3^ ParlOUrj drawing room, 

"*" I SS§© ©id^l^l""*. A well furnished 

dancing hall * | ^^*Q ^OlQIQj G«»^- 

q§jq_5. Well equipped sleeping room. 

^> I Gq«S«igQ aiQ— 6. A place for 

amusements enjoyments, 

Qcr qig^j — £9. q -«i€e<aaGQ <ogQiQ QerGsiQ — 

Ranga magaaa A kind of card game at 
<QCr«ftq£- *5»nq,9 ) trumps. [ 5— <gCQ 

tTTWRT OI% G9GO 0* OR flffl Oft ©<l I ] 

Qafi'fl— BGO (Q»9) €?— £CP9K! (G5NI) 
Rangamana Rangabana (See ) 

Ranga manikya srtf=T^ mft^ c KuBy. 
(QGfflli!©— GO. %9). 

ocr qioi— a. ^. i.— (*%1o©,QO ssttiogfl, ««+fl!© 4 >- 

Ranga mata V I ^3; q$$\ — ^ A procuress, j \ 

[qct aiooi— «Oi%g] qgi— -2. Lao. «| ^fg^ 

3, Lao insect. 
QCraiQ— G9< Q.— <030IQ Olfl G«0 — A kind o£ 
Ranga mar ^ CWPI1 <^T PK game of card; 
trump. [0-^<J G«3GQ 9M 91 V Q^l 
G4Qha1 G«I«>Q I ©G^ MO!OtOW5eOGfffiO€i 
9I©G« «GQ 6 «IQf'OG« Gfi»QlftT Q$ ® ,g v 
api^ GSi^K QOK^ (0«)©< I OtlflOl OI9Q 
GS^ QCT eWQOW, 6Q« QCTQ OW 9IO QGr 

G9t«i a^aw i 6 oraflio g«kjwW fl^GQ 

Ofli! %< I 99fi*STQ G9 G^^§ «S"«Q ©IflJJt 
QCf9 qtflioi flfivm ©la ©0" W '"] 


•*uw^j..^ia^?»-aw£^ia' >j;'<^ii^«^,^;'7*^'is*a«l 


Qcr fl$a 


( 9t*r ) 


Qcr 1 - 


Ranga mundia Wearing red trubans (liter- 

Ttf^ttt^ tap <T'l&*nttTT ally red-headed) polise- 

man [§— QQQQ ©Gfcr$ qtiTQI «s£fQ| ^9$ 

Q6«IQg 9Q S|C)^6^ VH GQG©S? QCfSJ^a* 

oi^iQQiaeQ SQ^fliGO qg^i^ ag?ai Gqci- 

QQ^GC*— gqs>g sua I l] 
QCPQCT— G9. W- te^POO) — QflH QOI (GQ«) 
Ratiga ranga Ranga rangS ^See) 

OCT Qfftffl— 69. W. 9T. — C i ©iQi aQIQQ QCT S>i 9§ 
Ranga rangia ^jQ^j — 1, Multi-coloured, j | 

?TW Z5\C* *$&&, *%«« QCT ^ (6Q«i) 

[QGf QGaS) — $1] ; ; 2. Rangia (See) 

QCT Q3 — GQ. 9.— («90Q)— V I «HGfllQ 8GCIIQ-— 

Ranga rasa ?nr 3W tff W 1. Amusements. 

> I QI& QQ; ff©^ q1©[Q— 2. Dancing etc. 

* I G«??§Q; 9QW — 3. Fun 5 sport. 

Ranga rasika (ya) Rangia (See) 

.-^eicr q9qi, c?cr QGSfi -*|] 

qu Q@c((€in)— w. $.—(** Qcr+QWO— «* i a|i* 

Ranga rahasa(sya) g|l ®|qq| — 1. Jest} jokes. 

Wt 1&W *W *Bf *1F ^^ -> I Gl* ©1391— 

2. Sportsj dancing, gaities^ 

qct qcr— gq. 9. — (©sefo rooa)— qcpQs"(gq«) 

Ranga ranga Ranga rasa (See) 

Qcr QO — G'^GQ. Q.(ffl. QGfSQfiO— MOIQ— Painter. 

Ranga raja a^CW s* Q — £0 SOIQ ©(ft S!&J% 

«0 ( 3£r1© 9IGAWQ )— One of the 60 

<4|\vri musical cadence. 

QO^^— G$GQ. 9.— (Q°. ft^ — t I G3QIQQIQGQ Q| 

Rangarut %6136Q Qa G9IQ Q§i CTiQfl^l §91*51 — 

1^ A new recruit to the army or police. 

J I (QMte) GOfelS QI^GQ CjMQffaQJ GQQ 

2. (figurative) A novice 

QCT 6Q« — GO, M.— v I QgQ£ 6Q«iq$--l- Having 

Ranga rekha ^ sc^ *%qr red outlines. 

J I 3£?Q Vjfi Qlfq— 2. Of charming colour. 

[q— 6s $s wqa a«, q#Q w QcrGQS I 
£ omia. qw« 

qcp gqc^— ©5eo. 9.-(eri. <W$q®) -©W- 

Rangarej. 3^3 ?JF*3I Painter. 


QCT ftOI —7. Q — <?$ QlQ QdQ MO 68 W«W — 
Ranga lata A creeper used as medicine for 
«.—«>$'«, aOflGfl colici Helicteres Ixora ( 

^\^S Ctf^Sl Convolvulus Argenteus.f^ — <j^i <Q 

GO. 4QIQQQ »l^> StT 'l w ^TO «^j. 

fl. G«qQlf 3 GQI®!^ GQ^a, W! 6 Gflt9Sfl!^?ll I 

oq?i aQQieiQ i] gq. 9. — v I Qer^l (sqsi) 

1. Rangapl (1) (See) J I QIQGQ S>ffe 
flG^l^Q eri^agsi C»1l— 2. The daugbte. 
of Manohara Phasiara described in 
the Pala of that name 

Qcr aa-GQ. q. g: ( @ )— ^ i sfl?i^ oiai^-i. a 

R^ngalal name of Srikrushpa^ y \ gqqq 
Wit*! G>l?l — 2 ' ^ J 18 -!! 16 given to males 3 

Qtfqea— «T. Q-GSfflOOl^ flcrafiiOl £ja— A flower 

Ranga lasini Nyohtanthes Trystes, 

QCT fliOl— 9°. 9— «■ I OWaiOl— 1. A stagey a 

Ranga sal5 theatre. 5 I GIO^M— 2 - Dancing 

hall. 

QCra«-«°.e-MO©'HQ- LA gathering where 

Ranga sabha dancing takes place, y ' 

OIO«M-2. Dancing hall, [ ^-Qcr 

q^Q ©GS& qiQ, GfiJS^ €«!§)< QQ^QIQ ( 

?PPI«1 ©QQ.1^. «[fil9» I ] €Q. ^— «°9 *«5W 

A dancing hall to which Kamsa had 
invited Srik^ushpa. 

QCTQIO-G^G^ «.— (OT.)— * I QM— L A dyer. 

Ranga saja ?»Wt^ IF ^ST ^ I ©WQ~ 

2- A painter, 

QCT ei«l— G?6Q. 6?.— ^ I ©* «tf— 1. Painting. ^ 

Ranga saji ^BrTf^l ^^T5ft ©^©6i 9^-— 

2. The profession of a painter, 

QCT flO— a^.-Q^Q (w«) 

Ranga ethal* Ranga bhumi (See) 

ccri— gq. w.— («r. Qcr)-^ i «sw— 1- Red - 

Ranga «Wt 5TT5f ? tft?r 3 I qS©— 2. Dyed.fe — 
6«i©.6Q$6© «jcri Got qg 00 I fl^aw.aO0l©i »] 
80 liS90feaq-3. Sed^GO.^— ^ J ffl^a 
9^— 1. ^Tbe red colour, > | Q^iaQ 
OI«IO ^ISQ ©I® W— 2., Name for call- 
ing Rangadhara. * I QCTIQ^I g^— 

3. Painting5 dying., 


QCfi «Q®IQ 


( 9***- ) 


Q&l 


Q0| 89919—69. 9.— fl$SI9®IQ— The incarnation 
Ranga abatara of Kiushna. 

[q— wi a©©iG9 ««, Ga ©osi ©q$ 

Qfld t seais^. Gg<R$ 9§cf!©i i] 

Qcri(ecr)QQi — 69. «.—(*. so© ai^SQ)— ^ i Q&«> 

Rang5{nge)ibS $©Q| — 1, To paint. ? | «^- 
?t?^ **T*r S»g Q©9I— 2. To redden. * I ©§ 
e§ ^ItQ^t QQ9I — 3. To become red„ [q — 
©a Q 9GCTQQ, ©tf©Q<©Q q99l«©, 9Q9 
QGGfQQ— ©9 j] v | (gGqiOQ) — aai^iq 
Q8© ©tf ©qQ9I— 4-. To cause to paint, 

€«««(«)— «L 9.— Qcr$8 (G9«) 

Rangangana(na) Ranga bhumi (See) 

ecpicri— 9°. ©.--§$©$ /QQiq«)~ 

RangangS "* Alum. 

QCH9I9— ST. 9. q.\— ( 9^93 QCT=QI$1€1I«I, ©Sfl 

RatigSjiba QQ<||©+«KII9 S 9I99I ai91Q)— *■ 1 0*3 

(QQ°l«f|9|— 41) ©|$i©IQ— 1. An actor, fi\ ©$. 

©IQ~ 2. A painter, [q— G9i©^ <J G<aa, 

Q£p»«fl9 Q 9», 9*9 ©1919 9«fa I 9», 

eawiM] I * I 60 9^19^ Q£Ti<3— 3, A 

dyer* * \ q$q ^q gg©©|<g — 4. A 

manufacturer of dyes; colour-manufac- 
turer- 

Qcrifiica-si . m. i° ( wr+*no+Q©j w«. e© )— 

Rangajibl G9 ©9 91 QO> 9©9l$iq 69* 

Ga|©<a— Earning livelihood by 

[QGPlea©^— 3,1] painting or dyeing. q». ©. ££— 
QcpW© (69fl) — Rangajlba (See) 

QCTiSa— SQ. 93, (*. OgtQ)— Q9N3 «W« Qlft ~ 

RangStiS 2Tt*TC5 «S*»r Reddish, 

ejcri 6©l©9l— giG9. ( aosi© ) ©.— wn 39*13 

Ranga dhokiba G9©9Q— Duek. 

QCPIdQ— 69. 9. *i° ( 9$9l© 3 QCr=Q§9£-hsaQ 

Rangadhara 3I©[©)— 6Q9Q 1 ©2ifl©l ©19 — Name 
given to persons. G9. ©*• £•. — Q§©4 

■{QCTjaq— tfl) aaQ ©S$— Red-lipped. 

QGN fflf 80— gl69 (9IGQ$Q) 9— flftl 9GSS— 
Ranga patia A kind of fish. 

QcrwQfii— e. © (9«ilo©3 Qcr+a©©©^)— e 1 aoc^ 

Rsngabatarana 91 ©IS ©Q©| aicf QCT^9Gq 
6$9g © G99I — 1- Appearance oi an 
actor or actress on the stage; entrance 
into the stage. }\ ©&$$— 2. An actor's 

profession. 


QGM99IQ — ff. 9. 9! — * I «— !• An a ctor a 9 I ^ 
Rarigabatara alQ; CO gCISd r W^C6Q ©l$©Q 

QCN9QIQ© 1 a©s>iQ<ni ©G© — 2 - Mana- 

«GTl9©l<3) j" a0 ^ ger o£ a theatre, the 

9«r.9©iq, QQ-I9QIQ9I, 1 -1 actor who intr0 " 
QCTi©©j©sl J duces the play. 


ocri 3(G9)oi— gq.I^i (««rlQ9i3q« otoo^a)- 
RangS Ji(he)ba <a« © 6991— To be dyed or 

coloured. 

gsri Qcri-69. ©<a -q$9&93% (<qi^9 9|)— 0£ 

Ranga rangS red colour (plural). [ Q— GO© 

Rangari The oleander (iower). 

QCN&q — e. 9 (9^1 TO,)— 9I**SM — 

R-angSlaya The stage of a theatre, 

Q&l©€0— 69. 941 (9. Q§19)— W9 Q99g95D— 
Rangaiia g1|s^5 ¥RT«f Reddish; rosy. 

QGf(cna)— 69- ©«• 1° {^- QGT1)— ^ » G9f%®9 ^~ 
RangiCngu)a 1. Fond of fun3 funny. 519^9 — 
^first^sfe^t 2. Gallant; merry; jovial; humor- 
K$t&[ ous. * 1 affqal — 3. Passionate? attached. 

6. Splendid; showy. 69. 9.q?— *l 9GPW9 
^^nt Q|q? 91^Q QI99IQ — 1. Name for call- 
ing Rangadhara. > I QGT9IQ — 

2, Painter. 

QCT ?a QQ— 69. 9— <!©9919 OISW9— A kind of red 
Rangia rai paddy producing white rice, [q — 

?tf^^ au Giar^aqQ, ^oa^MiqQ! — 
Tzmwtn ^§9o»j aio 9Qfl9 ««? aqo, q©4 ^ Q 

«fta^ 91Q— ^€9©9 I ] [ 9 — <39l 3®9 

a©q^69 £T6ft I '^aq^aQifiKio 91^I6q i] 

QCTtf- 69. 9^1 -^ t Qg9& ©39—1. Reddish. > | 
Bangina €pVS^ 91ft— 2 - Reddish; rosy. 
wfa trf>^ [ Q-w© ^9Q G99 ©aq 92tig| I 

Ql©1. 9Q©%84 CflOl |] 

QC?fi1(Ol)— «• ©4. 41 (9CT+QS> + *. )— 1 I GOT^©- 

Rangini(ol) QmaV, G9lq©Bqi— 1 * Sportive; 

(QCTl— y) fond of fun(woman). 51 q3©I (^,1) — 

2- "Witty ( woman ). * I aMstell— 


19»* 


rmniwnri imiih* iwi i. nil i rfiiti a 


Mtt-.^-.-.^ic'-^^Wdiffii^HiaMM 


fctiai^^i»^*^^ttWSii«i*Sbfc^*fei!"<*:''^ 


• T::s/.urfi t.ir>'.i > :■ .■■?£.- ii.iAj-^,'^ 


QCf© 


( «*• ) 


£G 


3, Loving5 affectionate is | G9 GGrGQ 
5t|Qfil<] — 4. Engaged in merriment. 

[q— <?i «©i ao flea fly Qaiq §« i gai— 

QSQCrCn; QQQCpSl I ] 9.9-* I QOfl^pl; 
&qwa QOI — 1. (a thorny creeper) Aspa- 
ragus Recemosus, > I 60*9^91; GQ6£?*f 
q 31—2. A sort of grass ,with fragrant 
bulbous root ; Cyperus Rotandus. 
G9. 9— QCW1 («) GQ3- Rangani (1) 
(See) (g-eflia 8§>Q €9 QGGT Q»«l— 

6«I6QQ Qft SC«il I) 

«do— «. w ( Qcr+qgiea. q© )— q&q — 

Rangita Coloured^ painted. 

■QC?«(©)— G^GQ. 9$ ( ffl ) — ^ I QftQi Qfl^S^ — 
Rangin[ni] 1- Coloured, J \ ©$©— • 

^ft ftnpn, <*ft?T 2. Painted, m \ §$9©$ — 
3. Painted in various colours, [saai — 

quo ©ias>, QQQ ©19' 1] 

W©i— gi£9 (a^&io, Goto) ^ ( s. Qafai^; §q. q. 

Rangiba CQ«QQ[) — aia QQ QGffQ 9GTO flQI — 

[QGf 391 — aQqOSQ To move in a crooked 

manner, giG9 [W39S>] $— q,Q9l— 

To walk* giG9[«COs8Q] 9 — 9IG69Q9I — 

To crawly to creep. 
QGrCll — GQ. 9^1— Qg9§qg— Red. ( Q— q& g| q$$ 
Rangima 9£jQ G9©~9$?ia. 99tf$]9ISjSi I) 

Rangi rangi Crawling, 

«iro(fii) — 69. 9<a. g; (ff.Qcr we) — 1 1 eefa (cqs) 

Rangila(la) 1, Rangia (See) 5 1 qgFg(G9«I) 

3Rr?fot tflteTT Rangiu (S j e) 

€)GpQ— CQ. 9.31— feaiQ GAS ^IdlQ osa© QQia^Q 

RangilS WWQ G©i<$ ■ g$ Qf^GQ9? gdqfli 

9l«M (c%£|G9s> ffjgqip <3© 9@ qsq $q 

MlMiao flQl Gcns^^law giq ©9© 

G9IQ?|G^)— Name of a girl loved by fche 

eldest sod of Pratapa Rudra Deba 3 the 

last independent kiDg of Orissa. G9.9S 

— GJOTiS) ^IQCf — Feminine of Rangila. 

WI-^W, fT (QCT+QfiJ, W| 19)— 1 I Q&atafci) 

Rangi 1, Rangia (See) > | (mQq$) 

[QCT* til(qj) - qj] aqg- 2. Attached to; devoted to. 

[q — <9i gas ao, QQ accf ssfSGQ q$ 


an 


MGOKJ — 3 Colouring; dyeing (Apte). 
1 vi (ffl90 9^Q) §£|— 4 - ^"ond of (Apte). 

* I G«ia1- Q90GQ $6$©$— 5. Pasaaionte 
(Apte); irritable. 9 I «cr$9€S 9Cl»q9l<aa 

— 6. Acting on a stage (Apte)- 

mm G9. 9—^ J flHftGfl*9lty— 1. Red. 

sftsfl [ 010I Qgqj »1 Qcfl— ^a©. GQ^amq© 1 ] 

—2. Name for calling Rangadhara 

* I (*1) €JSp9eiQ ©l^ftl^— 3^ A name for 

calling Rangabati 

QCTdl QOI— gIGQ. (0»lfl ) 9— ^MflQ 9|t— Acropof 

Ranguni utha evil repute or scandal [q~ 

©3Q qQ©9lSl «I9GQ ^©G^i9 G9IQ QG6J 

Q«MQOI ^8^, «l QQG^ 9^€) Q*Fq|«^Q 

Qa^Q— w. 9— eoqc?i ggjcfw^ 5@gQ€iq gaio qiS© m 

Rangun. §QQ 6 OCIQ — Rangoon in Burma* 

OgCT- SQ. 3. 9<3 . (ff. QG6f€l)— t I GQltyQGty vqq 

Range 9^QI6Q— 1. Joyfully ; gleefully. 

3t^ tnit [q—^@©- q°^ €9§ 93G9 QGer 

— QaiOlffl, Gfld§© i ] > \ ffl»IQ9iGQ— 

2 In various ways. ( Q— ^Q€i9IQ-igi9 

©e, QScr wi©9 «a«Q— easna-qap© 1 ) 

* I WGfl; 9-CT; 9»|G€l5 ^8^—3. For. (Q — 

«igqq s>ft ©;q <aGw> 

991^ W99IQ ^GST 

geep *iqgs> G9§> qo 

q@% soq wis 01^— 9st<aia ^q^© J 

v I QMSQIQ flG^i^Q QcrlGQ— 4. In vari- 
ous charming ways. 
Q SCr$ - to, 9<|. «1 - (q^bsq ^ O*) — Qq9Gl — 
Rangei Feminine of Rangia* 

£tfftl[$) — «•— ^ I a© 9Q9I— 1. To go. j\ 3)0991- 
Rangha (root) 2. To go quickly; to hasten. 

Q<sri -^°9— (q. «r ai%— G9G« aw ©Q9i+q9.ag)— 

Ranghah ^ | G9Q — 1. Speed; velocity. 5 | 

dig© I — 2. Swiftness, « j qq 

^ 3. Haste (Apte). 

QQ(al§)— 9?— K I 9©QI ©Q9f. g^ ©Q9I— lTTo 

Rachiroot) create, j | qhq QQ9I 5 Ago qqqi 


QOOl 


( *m ) 


$9®f 


— 2 f To build; to make; to construct, 
«• I GQtel§ QQiaq, ©3Q QQ9I> 09^15 
90IQQI — 3 To manufacture^ to fabric 
cate. v i ( qge ©| qqQI ) <3Q%£rl& 
€Q3tel; QQSl 9QQI — 4. To composes to 
write (a poem or book) .*| «$3IQ QQ9I3 
3QISQ QQ9I— 5, To invent. $ I (<3>|Q 

w) «Q$ qjf Ql; saa ocpij oiff 91— 
0. To lay or string together, *) | qg§Q 
0Q9I— 7. To equips to moke up. r I 
$96Q qS*I — 3. To place upon; to set 
or fix on. Q I H1QQO QQ9I— 9. To 

adorn) to decorate (Apte). to | taatfl 

10. To direct one's mind towards (Apte). 

QOOI— QIGQ. (9IGMQ) 9. (b9«iO9Qfi0— gqrl— 

Rach-k"a Jerk , 

-QQ9I qiQQt-QlGQ (QIGftAQ) §. ($Q Q. QO$J fllQQl) 

Racb-ka mariba <ag Q9JEM aogiGQ g®l $3 

flG^OI© ©5Q Ql©$_sg CQGQ QQ^GQQ 

QQI — To draw the hand backward 

abruptly while pulling the string of 

a paper kite, 

QOOQI— S169 (9«W1Q) «— TOO flQI (GW)- 
Rach-kiba Mach-kijibS (See) 

■QOQO - G<*. 21* (afflCOQ^)— «IQ«i QSiGQ Qia $8 
Rach-rach «|9I G<^ CIIQQIGSO^ QI^SM 

55 ?5 q3pi soak q© Q^ 3 qe^qa — 

95^ SStT The state of food being mixed with 
sand particles and so becoming jarrino- 

to the teeth* 
-QCQQS) - GQ. M— (yffiOQQtii: — 9IQ 8IQ fl If g^l^ 
Racb-rachia Ql^ Q^fel QG^QI («iQ 4 ) — 

^K6 Jarring to the teeth (due to the 

c&94i&31T food being- mixed with sand). 

Q09— 3° W. 1*. (QO^%+Q$.«Q)— GQ GfcMQGQ; 

Rachaka QOQ| Qiqj — Composing; building^ 

(Q©QI — *l) fabricating. 

9°.Q.q_°— *• I flfiO©!; 9C«0I— 3. Author f 

composer. J I $$$ 0^1^*2. Builder. 

» 1 ei^^i— ^. Inventor. 

qoq— * 9 . «■ ( ^ai^L+qQ. « ) — * 1 §>3tei— 

Rachana 1- Making, ■> 1 a© 91 — 2. Manu- 


facture, *> l q©*Q — 3. Creating^ 

creation^ formation. v 1 gjQjQQ — 4. 
Invention, * I gg»g — 5. Stringing, 
9 i QO.OI (TO«)— 6. Rachana (See). 9 | 
§Qn|g. SMQQI3 q<g© OQgij Qtf&|»— 

7. Arranging! disposition, r | QqlQQ— - 

8. Production. « | q^iqq— 9. Perfor- 
mances accomplistment (Apte).?o| qgig 

10. Completion (Apte), 
Q©9 Q^f-— tf. M 6 §— QQQ ( GQ3 ) 
Raohana karta Raofeaka ( See ) 

($OG> 9§fl, WQQIWr— %h QOGOIO, QQQQiq— - 

Raohana binyaaa Mode of arrangement. 
[qoo«, QQoechiq, qqs> aiq— ao«^a] 

qqqi— ?. $. ( q© a^+q9. aff+a )^m q©q. 

Rachana «t^j«. qoo— 1- Buildingj structure. 
-> I fl» 91} WIQ9I; Wiiq— 2. Arrange- 
ment;arrayingjmethodical arrangement 
* I (flIQtIQ) q#Q-> QQQ— 3. Stringing to 
gether- v I ( GQSI^Q ) flQQr^ GQ€1- 
€9fil 0Q«3 Q^iao— 4 Decoration (of the 
hair )) hair-dressing. * | (gg g^ 
««?) Ct©91> fi|Q«l33<|5iq 9I01Q 96*19— 

5. Literary composition. 9 \ qg\& 
•GflfllWS QJPO CqQ^OVa— 6. Arraying 
of troops in order of battle; battle 
-array. 9 I OflglQ qfiO; «^Q«i— 
7. Invention, r I 9a^l ©ai^sri© ^?Q 99 
SQ gJ9gi9© QQ9| — 8, Fabrication. « 1 

{ + QS. «Q; a8q?|^ QQ» QQa^C) Q9Q Qg 
91 GS$<a - 9. Literary work or produc- 
tion. 3.0 1 ^o^g €93; n G«€(G^€1— 

10. Coiffure^ dressed hair- t,^, f q«i 9a— 

11. Created thing. e^ 1 qqo 919— 

12. Array of troop s . «.« I G99 — 

13. Dressi guise, ^v | q^q ««q— 14. A 
creation of the minaj fanoy of the mind. 
GQ. 9<3— t. I CJQI^O— 1. Invented, j ( 
QH©— 2. Imagined; fancied. » | (q©q^ 

■a 0*11 gq!<a aQQ GQM9 ©g aiQ g©i g^iq^^j 
<Q0WI)— 3. Fabricated; got up (case) 
v[l Q©0— 4, Built; constructed! 


$QQI QQ9\ 


( 9&* ) 


QO©l 


[ Q~- .<§ a© 21Q1 w 3€CT q§ 69IQ G0S- 

eoQt, acrooQij miocoi, ©©qiqqqi, 

WIQOOI, G09SO9I, §9«QOS>l 5 3Q«foo9l, 
^90091^ WQQOOI, qSQOOl, fll^SO©!, 
WOQlj q^QGQI, Q6QO©l, G&1QQ©!, 
^©QOOl, ©QG©©OI,<J«KI©Q©©l, ©9.QGQ0I 
6 QQQQQ01 a© $< I ] 

Q9«i ©QQI— GQ. ^— «. I ©$<*) OWI> 0©*Q|— 1. T ° 

Rachana kariba build. ^ | qiqiiq Q©fl3 

*Ht **1 ©Q9I— 2, To compose. • | S£>IQQ| 

<^SfT TOW —3. To arrange. ' -*■ | «q®| Sg- 

9iq «I©*IQ 0©S>l — 4. To invent, * i 

( 0€>fea ) 9ehl $<3£|q «©i 96* q©IQ GQQSi 

QQQI— -5. To fabricate a case; to get up 

a false case. 

Q09l(0) $«©-<*•. W. 3° (9fl) ©©)—SiQ©l 9QQI6Q 
Rachana(na) kusa]a a$ qi ©q$ — Expert in 
(QQQlt©]%€lfi| — <l) building; clever or skilful 
(QOOlLOjjaOOi— ©) in making an arrangement. 

QOOI (o)GQl€l«— S°. 9 ( 9<fl 0© ) — 0001 ©Q9IGQ 
Rachana(na) kausala e^e\ ©| ©g«|©|— Dext- 
QQQi q$3, QQSI fiRpl 1 erity in oomposi- 
Q©Q1 #%«S©I, QQOI G^qai >«©*%0 tion; skill in 
QQ©I £\©l, SQ01 9IS9 J arrangement 

or dressing. 

QQOI $3— 3*. $ (5>SJ 00)— QOOI 9©© ( 6QS ) 
Rachaoa krama Kacbana paddhati ( See ) 

Q©91 Q^Q*~S1 . W- 9! (*«fl ©©)— QO©I©^gq 
RacbanS chatura aiQCTQ — Skilful in arranging. 
(QQOI ©i^, QOOI oglqio, QQSI s^— ao^s) 
(QQ0I 0$$, £}©ttl ©qj£ll,0QO| Q^lqQT^QO?! Ufrl-qJ) 
[eGM©%«Ol(«lSP ,, *» OOOI ©9fl©l, €Jos»| Gft^S 

Q©9I G<5>©-~3°. 9.— (^1 ©€>) — QOOI 9Q9IS) qjQ; 
RachanS paddhati eiOG> gtfllQlj «$ <?IQ ©q> — 
QQttl Mia1 \ — .^^qq Mode of composition 
Q©ff| 001 1 ^ or arrangement. 

QOOI ©$— e. Q (0^1 ©©)—«. I QOOI a©©— 1. Mode 

RachanS bidhi of arrangement, j j Q©£>| 

Q©QIQ ©^9 — 2. Rules for com posing 3 

rules of composition. 

QQOI 6«tedh— *. 9. ( 9%1eO; )— £0©IQ q$$Q| ©| 
RachanS sattkarjya S90©l^-Ease in compoai- 


(QOOI SLOQOI— «0iQ9) tion; facility of ar- 
rangement. 

QOOI G$?W— *. ©. ($>$ ©©)— QO©IQ eafQBH 91 

Rachana sagshthaba g$g§ — Excellence or 

beauty of composition ; elegance of 

arrangement. 

Q9«iq— e. 9«l. ( QO al%+Ofl, affl^ )— * I $©© 

Racbaniya S9QIQ SQiQi — 1. Fit or proper to 

be composed or arranged^ 9 I £]|<$| G©Q 

gijiQ — 2, To be arranged or composed. 

QO^OI— 3. M 6 9. 9!. («Q ai%4-«f . $3 «0^® a©, 
Rachayita Vfli. w)— filOQ ( €9^1 ) 

(SOSJfll — ^S) Racbaka ( See ) 

Q«4— 6Q. V- <ff. QO^)— Q99I Otf ( €9S ) 

Racha ?^t ^^?rr The act of Rachiba ( See ) 
60. 9^1 — €00 (CT«)— Rachita (See) 

cjq(GO)Q0i— to- w ( ^ Qo ai% So, Q© ai^ )— 

Racha(che}iba «j©Q| £ejiQ S©^ %a — Causa- 

3FR <^^W Tj ^^Wf ti ve of Rachiba , 

[€J— OQfll ! «0Q Q99H Q^Q^s i QS. €g^ 

«tai©*l l] 

Q©0— «r. M. ( so^%K>#. © )— « I ^©> ©fl - ©— 

Rachita 1. iVIades done; manufactured 

5 I ^fflg— 2. Dressed upj arranged. * I 

€)£}©- 3, Strung together, v I aQ^r© — 

4. Decorated. * I Q^Q\ Q% Q$- } QQI^©- 

5. Invented; created. # | 9M0 — 
g t Cleansedj purified. 9 | q§© — 
7. Composed, qq. 9 (+^9.©)— Q©g|— 
Composition, [ij— CJOQQ, QSO.^ ailG© 
< QQ, Q9©Q ©Q 9Q a© SliffQ I Q«. Sgfl- 

^yi©^ 

Q©0 0^— «- QeT. ( 9Q © 9 1®3 gP+Q©0 )— 0191 8G^? 
Rachita parba Q©© 69l2?Jg — What has been 
prepared or performed before (M. W.) 
Q©© ««Q— «. ©a. 9! (055I©; «©o + S«io)— 3|©iq 

Rachita sikhara Q§Q 91 §eqSO€l stQ6^© 69IQ- 

(Q©© SfflQ— 9>) «6— Having the summit 

adorned.; having the head decorated 

(M, W) 

Rachita Rachita ( See ) 

f $— 919101*© 91© ^«SQ 65G^ QP©( S0 I 

QS. G?G9^j«l©«|g l] 


Qeoisai 


( *«v» ) 


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RachitStithya SQ^ QQQIQ ©Qa^ — One who 
(Q€>OI©2lii— $) na s shown hospitality (M.W.). 
Q€>©l9G-e. W. !• M ( ^99le )— 60 ©fl»IQ 
Rachitanati ©Qag— One who has made 

obeisance (M. W.) 

Q©oia-<r. w. g! ( <?$5% seo+ao )— Qi9iQ 

Rachitartha $G9Sh SSiS© »IQag— One who 
q©q|£ — $1 "J has obtained his object (M, W,\ 
G©©ief©l— W 

q©s©iU©— s. w. §_° (©§§1§)— gq qa^ s#i9© 

Raobitotsaba gftag— One who has celebrated 

(S©6S)ia$l — ?3) a festival <M. WJ. 

Qg>9i-G9, (8Q1) $. ( 3. TO a»SL )— ^ * Q ° gi QWl 
Rachiba ( G9«! ) — 1. Rachana kar iba ( See ) 

2. To oausej to bring about. [Q — Siffq 
acr, G99 gaff, $£$ «©Q sg rt 9 I ©995k 

«eara ©s^a. «fi© i ] m ' &^ii swi - 

3, To fling. [ €*— S^S© «H«« 
GQk?1$Q 9©), SS© ^ *Q «©SQ a$fllftl I 
%W*9. »iq©©. ©€ G * l (^ WfiNh 
9 Q d€€l) GQ\$8 Q§ QQ9I — 4. To do or 
perform any act. [g>— g^LGa© Q© TO- 

Q© 991— QIW. («?»©) $ . [sp. 9— Q(s)o©i=-si© 

Rachijiba G99l] — v I (GOQ «9) 9I«W gGQ 

G99G9GQ9 891— 1. To get into the 

body (said when oil is rubbed on it) 5 to 

soakj to permeate. -> I <4«l **9G© (©cr) 

QaO©l> ©I© G©9I— 2. To set on a cloth 
(said of a paint or dye). 

©g©Q©i— 3169. tteao)— 3— QGCTCWI— 

Racheiba To paint. 

Q^Q9— GS. «. (a©i99M)— * I *3 °®^Q ao 91 

Raj raj 916* 9§»€IG^ »© €991 aQfll— 1« The 

HBf ?^ uneasy sensation when a grain of 

$e$S* «^^W sand enters the eye. (aai— 9IQ 

elf Gfli a# ©©©© G9QS I) 9 I WWW 9 

9IS* 2fl9 tflfS19t% 4IQ9KJL ©©'a Q©9|— 

2. Jarring sensation due to presence 

of sand in food. ( 001— q©35?l© ©©Q© 

esq®, q#iq<3i© Q©Q» G^9i§§ D « I aeia 


gait* 219 opi G9iQ ©i o^ggj^ G9IQ q^a^i a9gi- 

^t^T 3. Pulverised state of a stone. (0211 — 

< ©gi aaa q«q© G9IQ q^ aig^g i) v i 

QCT S^^l— 4. Brittle^ fragile. 

Raj-rajia G9IQ flQI^fllQQI^ 009— Jarring to 
?^?C^ * the palate or teeth due to the food 
3v44kfe3Tf being mixed with sand. 

'Q9(90 — %.9 (s»»© ai^-ecr qq^i+qS. aj + 

RajaQafc) ©Q*. Bfl)— R. I W; GQtf— 1. Dust. 

©GQia* q«9© I ] y i Qgfitj qjCQ^- 

2. Pollen of flower » I ©i — 3. Powder. 

v I gQ 51IQGQ tf G9!^^ ©^© Qg> ti €J%- 
QI9 — 4, Menstrual flux, [ Q — oJq QS> 6 

^Q QBiQ 9U91GQ WGQ ^l©Q t^j §< I] 

(9^ Q© Ofll) ^^<©©fl [aai — GWI,6aQ, 
SI9 # 0IQ 6 G^^IQ] — 5. One of the three 
attributes of human naturej the pass- 
ions in human nature. [ $£— GQ9UI3IQ' 
ew^L^a, Q98 6 ©9S, <I@ *f 1« S3IQGQ 
QI9 QSaa^ I G9«!^ *9*1 W6Q «*q§ 9q<3, 
969'>vi araw flisjiGQ 6 Q^S5 ©q^ sq<i 
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<T©GQIf SWWflQQ%9l© I QCQISW SI«H[9, 

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q^i 9^ «iqgq GQQ39^, ©^si^, ^flq^l 6 
aai§ ©^ Gfl«TO ^i^iGQ 9Q^i© ^<i i qg»I- 

q^lQ QQ^llfl <$tW% ^9*S1Q £T© ^ffft 4 

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ai9l «HI9 ^wraaiqg, «£fl©9Q 6 3^94 
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q^iQ fitM ©wg GWQag, saeii :— 
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GQGQ G9Q©I $WSI 

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*ra — «©gaM.©©*a©$iflff 1] 5 i *1$aie$ gcrct- 
©IGG© 981© OQlq 9QI# C — 2, Liquid slime 
emanating from the female organ dur- 
ing orgasm. * I («. ©sqQI) W S©3»l 
^rtft G99IQ ©9«wqj « M>, «al© *WI9 S3t§ 
6©©SS? 6 ©©8Q ©Q — 3. A period of 
three days about the Rajasamkranti, 
[<q>— q^Ql Q©qQI GWIQ SAW ©l©V — 

9»I9I # ©|©©° ^^ 9I9M° ©a© # ©«" 

©i©g©s> © $?1© aiw «Kjl oes©* l 

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q«l ©©3»i 69©l e6€j Jag $ £iq 9© q$ 
fllft ©Q©IQ €H6Q 6Qtil|«e I 019 G93GQ §«^ 
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<s|g* Gdi^G© q$$ oij* 6 S t a©%Ga <©l 

aǤ Ij 

9©S ©fl ( «l )— 9- 9- ( ?S>1©9 )Ha«l G^J~ 
Rajab kana ( na ) P article of dust. 

qqi afcffi — 9°. 9- ( *3Ig>© ) ^ i fcJOQ as>sa - 1. A 

Rajah patala coating of dust (M. W. \ 
5 \ &©Q3 — -. A mass or cloud of dust 

Q©t €iq— a. ©. ( Rsa© ©©g§s, Q©»=»^©+€il aiq. 

Rajah saya €SU©l + <§9. ^ ©a &©GQ q<l I ) — 

«. I %%Q— I- The do gi j \ qfi 5 %9l; 

2. Silver (M. W.) 

GJS8 qj?— ^°. Q. ( fSJ©© )— ( SL^O ) 4IQQIQ ^Q 

Rajab suddhi t^gi — Pare or healthy condition 

ot the menses (M.W.) 


Rajah sarathi ^|J^; aw -The wind, 
QOiqplWI— QV 9,— Q©^«l G9IQ 9^9GQ 9W 
Rajalj subasini QQ^Pl QffMi— A girl who has 
menstruated; but stiil living in her 
father's house (M.W). 
Q9>8€J|©-S°. «?.— QOTI9 [€9<| 

Rnjab sraba Rajasraba (See) 
QQQ— 9°. QdJ. (J.— [ Qgyi9_+Q(| 30 ] G9 €;crOGQ5 
Rajaka c«o— Dyeing painting 3°. Q. q.. «. I 
(Q©9lj Q»Ql— aj) eaM— 1. Washerman. 

6 ©@GQ QCf 0©lg??}GQ I «©<$ ^°l flf)0 

Q9©G» Ga|Ql3|GQ Qt? G«i9 q?IGQ Q^« 

Goo qcp fl9iQ?JG« 6 ■oflGaiqT Q9 %. 91 
qIq flea GQ«itaiQ © Qta v aai© ®^*gq 

Gai9l gig Gffffi C191 G9iQ?l^l «J?i 
WflfiKQ GQC® ^Q9| €Q©9_ «h99IQ 
9Q9I GQCII9KI I ' 
> t Q€T 9Q9I 9^—2. A dyer. « | 9^- 

m «i© ©iof ea«> ei^Q ag! qs$'©i© ateQ- 

gjj — 3 Name oi a hybrid caste (born of 
a fisherman father and Tibara mother. 

[O — flOI^GQ 9iQGa©Q 8©l <S ©1^1 
9!©l9j »$m 8©1 6 Q9l 9I©I© 9^1ff% Q©© 
G9IQ J3iQa<a—9«>«iQ « ftaqaj] v I q©j 
^28 — 4. Parrot^ (M. W : Apte) * I sj°^0 
5. Thin cloth (M.W). 

&}QQ(ggh)s— gq. 9—(e. €» ai$+£|« ai^)— e. 1 

Raja gha(gho)sba («©i©) afl^*€Q «l9©l; 9©S0© 
f5Wtft"ltj CPitfipil 1. Constant association. 
gTW^<<K [Q— €9 G%l©l QlQ^g)^^ giCTGQ 9^e©G© 
©©Q« G9©l^ QQ ^ €9!Q 3IQSJS 1 
ffQQGSI^Q. oq^ Q 9 I «1©h$ 5€ll9S5 «0 
8Q©£[ — 2. Too much familiarity. G©. 
©61. — t I «Qi§— 1. Habituated. ^ ? £53 
aoi gGsr g^©! ©«go© § <i ©i 9gq — 

2 # Associating constantly; familiarly 
mixing with another. 

QQ@@9I-QIG©. ( S8I9 ) «— fl!«©iq G^©l— 

R&jardi ]ib5 To become emaciated^ to become 
"*" lean. 


©e© 


( ye** ) 


Q©«K<fl) 


•©©© — 9*. ©.— (QS ai$+©M ©| ©$.a©)— * i ^ji. 
Rajata GOfai—l. Silver. > \ gg— % Gold. 
*U Qij^— 3. Elephant's tusk; ivory. 
*J ««IQ— 4- Necklace ♦ iGeHfl©; Q§ - 
5, Blood. £ | C^WaS'©— 6. The moun- 
tain Kajlasa, 9 \ 99—7. Lake, r I 
C5IIOQQ4WQ— 8 Pearl necklace (Apte). 
(! I ©9$; ©IQ3» - 9. A constellation; ao 
aaterism (Apte) vo | a^O — 10, A 
mountain (Apte). ^£ I 99 QGSS— 
11. Name of a lake (M. W). q»_ q<<i- 

* I *B5 SSft— 1 « White-, silvery. > | 

GsJai ©q"© — 2, Made of silver (Apte). 

* I €)4© 44— 3, Whitish M W). 

■QQ© 91© «•■ 9. — (#4 ©©)— Q.8I© ©5 — 

Rajata kanti Silvery whiteness. g°. Qg| — 

W^QL9)'— qgft SO" $9$— Silvery) white 

as silver^ glittering like silver. 

QQ© ©fc~ «T. ©.— (©^fl,©)— fl©£| W©Q- €ia>9G€l<3— 

Rajata ktlta Name of a peak of the Malaya 

mountains (Apte). 
©©© «<J— 9°. §— (^1 ©©)— «1G$ %9I — 

Rajata kbanda A bit of silver. 

QQ© QQ— 9°. P.- @9I»^Q QQ©g G^QIQ 9Q>2— 

Rajata giri The Kail'asa mountain lying to 

©£© 93 J the north of the Hima- 

Q©©!©» > — aftiqp iayas. [q — <9i @g[eqe) 

Q©©!©, I QQQG© ©©©G© §9 t <$\ 

$>©SGQ fll09Gq^>Q 6 <® aq*©Q £»© 

«©16©©QT Oiqj.Q C9!^ ©§f© I CTMt 

<aQ &»^aiQ90 SO ©»© 9Q GQ«ll QQi^ 

09© QQ©$— S.©fil — ©9©QQaQ a© qg 6©Q©©Zil — 

Rajata girinibha White and glittering like 

(QeOQQtfQla— «©«iqs) the Kailasa mountains. 

©©©<£m©— s. Q— v I (0^1©©) qaiaQ aiq— 1. A 

Rajata dyuti glitter like that of silver silvery 

lustre. P I ( Q§5l§ ) ©Ml©— 2. 

Hanuman, the monkey hero. ^, q# — 

q,9|9© «jq ^S% ©©QiQ — Glittering like 

silver) silvery. 
©Q© fcl©ft — S, Qst— ^9l8Q aftl— Silvery? of silvery 
Rajata dhabala white colour- 

(QS© $2, Q&© 45, ©C>© G$©~ 4©i%,9) 


OS© 91$ — ff. $ ( 51, 9. Gq )— %9IG© ©*t© 91 »— 
Rajata patra Silver- vessel. 

(©©© q©© — aoi%,a) 
Q90 q©i— e. 9 ( a. a. gq )— qaca 9© I; «iw — 

Rajata mudra Silver coin. 

QO© Ofifc-sr. S> — QQ?9*te*©l€G© ©siflQi a©- 

Rajata mulya Price paid in silver. 

Q®Q flfiQTOQfige— ?. ©ti (»£j| ©©. ©©©£©1 + 

Rajata malyopakalpita Qa©g© ) ~ G36£ 9©|fl 

( ©.l^a^ Wfl9l 9«IW )© r©<) GQfeiqga 
©^© G9IQSJI<] — The value of which is 
reduced to silver coins. ( QSJ]— P 
©1)$*^ ©OOSGMIB©**© ^S«ll ^gQIO 

*qps ' ) 

Q®ft|9Q— 9*. 9 ( ^1 ©O )— ^ I %8l«lf5 GQ€? «a% 

Rajatakara ^a| 9q© — 1. Silver-mirie, ^ | 

§I©Q Olfl-^S. Name of a place ( M. W ;, 

QGQicr^-g . 9 ( fl. 9. 64 )'— Q.9I q5> — 
Rajatangurf Silver ring, 

(Qs©iergq, eo©ic^©> ©©©fl^©!— ao^aj 

Q0©l©©— %°. M. qp (*qi «©; ©©©+«©)— 

Rajatanwita ^ | ^aiGQ $alf ©9l©Q©r ( fl©. 

(Q©51€>«l — |jl) *l>»^ )— 1. Adorned with 

silvery overlaid with silver, j \ ©ai- 

^QQ'IQ a^^l— 2. Decked 'with silver 

• ornaments, 

Q©©I9— 9°. M ( 9§919; Q©®+?iq )'— %8iaQ aq 

Rajatabha qK^j — Lustrous like silver; silvery. 

(©G>©fq— tf) 

Q©G©!9fl — 9°, 9^1 ( ©9©1© 5 Q»0 + 6J9fll ) — Q9I 9Q. 

Rajatopama ^91 gS£f ^Qffl^ — Resembling 

silver. 3°. 9— G^Tai 9i§©; ©1Q 9ifi©; 

6jBai^$6€l8 {%. «.)— Iron pyrites) Ferri 

Sulphuratum. 

QQ©— G§QQ. Q ( Q°. GQ©P, Q9© )-9» a«ll — 

Rajan Pure resin) gum resin. 

« 

©©©-*•, ^ ( Qa ai^+^9. 21© )—t I QCTIQ9I - 

Rajana 1. Dyeing. > | (+©$. a©) — ©Q^i 

—2. A ray (Apte). » J ( +©Q<g a© ) 

— $5? epQ— 3. Safflower (Apte). 

©©©(«)—«- 9 (©»© ai^+W. «©>H-^)— v I ©§; g© 

Rajani (ni) —1. Night. ^ I (+©©3 a©) — 

9€)Ql5 9«©— 2._ Turmeric) Curcuma 


99©!<3l)99 


( 9**9 > 


Q99Sl($l> 


Longa, * | QS); q«. 
9*0—4. Indigo. * 
indigo plant, ^ 


-3. Bed lac. v | 
I «l«qft~ 5: The 

(Apte)- 


-s. I S>SI9% 9§— 


Rajani ni)kara 31919 )■ 

l" The moon. j | ©a Q— 2. Camphor- 

* ' ( QQ+WQi 9$ ©© )— a©a<*3>— 
3. A mass or cloud of dust, (q - $©|Q 
G^Q Q©9©£9, 9QGQ $€ 99Q QGQ — 

9&. G9G9<ai€i9«ig 1 ) 

QQ©(«) 01^— a-. 9 ( 9$ ©S> )— V I 00,-1. The 
Rajani(ni) kanta moon. 9 | ©a '"ft-— 2. Camphor. 

G9. 9* 1°— GQ9C 9SIS9I Q|fl— Na^e 
a. 

given to males. 

Qg»©'«)a®<^>i)—g°. 9( 930,9; qgsigq si©iq a« 

Rajani(nl)gandha(ndha; qqg$) — MG G9©l Qfi 
6TL TOTOWI, $9G9G9©i 6 ETfii; Q9<l|9eie %Q A 6 
W^HW q§q g^ €j»9$1 spj- 

^wfctar, ^T^TT, ^rfeTO, Th e tu be rosei 

^JlfaviST Polianthes Tuberosa. 

99I9GO fifl, 9§Q SQGQ GCll^l GQ19I €^ 
bQJ fifl, GO$fqg fldQCW^ «$9fi <$ -9$- 
GQSQqg €J$ *GQ I «39 ETffii q©G3 erGs 
6 9QGQ q9«G9 <JC19 §«I3<3 ©GQ I] 
QQ9(ca)©€>— *.9q:(w®+Q© ai^+g&g. Gsq©GQ 
Rajani ui)char a %GQ)— <J qs©©. (WHO©; qsa— 
1. A demon* goblin ( literally night- 
Etalker). J | ©qg. Gq©— 2. Thief. « | 

991$ glfcitfi ( Mi—Gao© )—3. Animals 
that prowl in the night (e.g. bat* owl). 

* I $©; €9© — 4. Ghost; fiend. * | 
SI39QS) S9^; G©F©9I© — 5 . A watch- 
man. $ l qq^_6. Moon (Apte) p | 
qa GQ §QQ<a©|<3j fiflQ— 7. A night-rover 

g°. 9tf, q? — QQGQ 9093913 — Roving in 
(Q9«1©q— $) the night 

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001 Q(Q)0(GOI)9l(*)— 69. 9 (990Q)— Q9I «19— 
Raja ra(ra)ju(jo)r£a(rdi) Kings etc, [Q— 901- 
*W*te?t qe^GQ 3^^ OBI, q M 96« Q!€J GGS^ 
tMK^ram 91 QSI— 9^§ AN G9I, 9$9Sl I ] 

[09199^9, 99irei — aaiqta] 
Q9I Q^l1-S9. 9 («I909; ST^©1 + qrf) -q©l 6 Qsil — 
Raj5 rani The king and the queen. 

QQiqdl GQ^Q— G9, 9 — ^9G9<199 G99IQ^SJ9 

Rajaranl deula SJ^sjGQ sj9^9 9l^9|fl <c WCj 

9Q9 — Name of a very fine temple to 

the north-east of the Kedarakunda 

tank. [©— <fiG9 G9fa§ G99939 Olfi I ] 

Q9l€iq— «• 9 (99+«+al. ai^H-9^- «) — * I % g i — 
Rajasaya 1. Silver (M. W). ^ | qq q — 2. Dog 

[9G9l«q— ' «91%QJ C M ' W) . S. 9^-G9?a e i©?TG) — 

Made of silver (M. W), 

Q9—«.9— (9151)9^991^ 999^3 g§Q9i«* Ga?^; a^Gr 

Raji q^ & 9§gfi? gG9l9Q5 9°99l©©^ Q^^TQ 

69]@tf — Name of a prince of the Lunar 

dynasty of India. 

QSQI-S. 9. 3) ( Q99-HI «l )— ^ I ©3Q <#GQQ 

RajikS ©G9 fiJQI 9IGO— 1. Washer -woman 

2. A woman on the third day of her 

menses. 
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G9€J) G0GM1 fij?l 9I0 3£TI ©G9lj 

QO©— »• 9«. 9! ( Qfl^al^g^ 9© »l%f©^. 9 ) — 

Rajita «. I 90ft®— 1- Affected^ excited; mov- 

(9991— 4D ed ( M - W ) J ' 9 ^i GAIQ9— 

2. Captivated (M. W). * | gG^IQO — 

3. Allured (M, W>5 tempted. 

Qffl^©— « t M. (9©+«^0 951169,10^+^© ) — 
Rajikiuta dQGQ 9Q61© — Changed or reduced 

toldust (M.W). 


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Rajokiuchchhra €(300*0 GWGSS5 Q»*SIQQ 

agp — l v Menorrhoeaj stoppage of the 

menstrual flow, 5 t 9I8Q G^Q — 3, Pain- 
ful menstruation. 

QG9iq€t— «. 9. (Q9S + 905 3.9.GS1; QG01OI9O *a)" 

Rajoguna Q©8 Q\99 fl|OOgl$QO q$ — One of 

the three attributes o£ human nature. 

Rajojanita 1. Born of dust. $ I QG0iq<S0l©^ 

2. Born of passions. «> I $q§^§q$— 

3, Produced from the menstrual flux. 
QGQIQ^Q— tf. Q. ( 9%] &Q )— qlfliOQ-q q^Qldlo 

Rajodarsana 008310$ 2flQq — The beginning £ 
the menstrual flow; the (first) appear- 
ance of the menstrual excretion* 

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W^OQ<$0^|fqlQQ9^QQ^09IO<|l 9S9 I 

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Rajodgama 3»3Q| GWI— Appearance of the 

(OGOI©s« — «^^9) menses;, menstruation. 

QGSiutf *. O—qtalOOQ g|8o q^QiQ (Q. €»)— The 

Rajodharma monthly menstrual flow in 

women. 

Q6Q!^0— 5T. W* («0« + a<|0 )— G3Q Q«%Q g^QGej 

Rajo'dhika Q$eiq$iQ g|«$i ai<j— One in 

(0691**01 — %1) whom the quality, of Rajas 

QGOKlOOli q predominates (M. W); 

G}» WOI f passionate. 

QGQiCIQI — *. *<$ M $1. ( 6je + 50IQ + a )— Qeqol 

Rajodbasa ss^sq ffol eiQg.91 QeCIOSO Oq$ 

ai^f S9I %i— • V woman who has put of 

her soiled cloth after her menstrual 

impurity (M. W). 


OG©i©$^— s ^.(^qVo©;e»8+^9^)— m asja » gi§$ 

Rajonibiutti QGKlOflO OQQ*69IQQ0l — 1. The 
cessation or suppression of the menstrual 
flow in women of advanced age. 

, [$— qlfllOTO Gqei e^, a<§9a!0UGQ 

ficsiGqa > — aosqre ai8© qc-gio oqqoiq- 

£G*l06qaJ 9N i] 

> I SQ3&I OTOfQ * $>© 9GQ OGOKPOaQ QQ 
G9QI— 2. The stoppage of the menstrual 
flow afteiv the 3rd day of the appear- 
ance of menses m 
OSQIOffl— ». W ( o§ol% Q©+^aqi )— ag qq 3 
Rajopama a^Q g<j^l — Resembling dust 

(qo Q8fl — ag^a) (M. W). 
QGQIQ©— S. 9. (O^olSj S&^+QQ; a§GQ q»§Q©l 
Rajobala 9®90l ^<)— «^©|Q — Darkness. 
(Q60W— aoi%a) 
QSS>ISflQ— ^. «.— (Q«»+GOT5 Q_flO)— « aoi^ 9( 
Rajomegha 2DQ|€I^ «8«8 9€tg9l aj59^a— 

A cloud of dust, 

QGQim— «- 9- 3.°— ( Q»* + § ai9+0<S- «5 GQ 

Rajohara 9^[Q^ a^ CICiQI 3Q§ *3>Q«i QSQ)— 

[QGfiMt^— ti] Q9«; Gai^l— Washerman. 

Q^j^e. ^.— (Qe^ yi^=g^ oeioi+od'. Q; ©ai©»)- 

Bajju t | 9Q^)> O^ffl— 1, Bond; cordj rope^ 
string, j \ 69dt — 2, Plait} braid, m \ 
GQ®\ OW 6^IQg9l €Q€!$g— 3- A plait of 
hair; a lock of braided hair. V | ££|©!Q 
91QG0IQ (@. a.)— A- The rope attached 
to the bit of a hor se . * I Ga%9§% QI9IQ 
^91 GQCfteGQ'a^-^. Name of a sinew 
proceeding from the vertebral column 

(Apte), 

Rajju dalaka of wild fowl (Apte). > | ©qqq 

[QTOIQ — 3Q**%a] aSQG€l^— 2. A kind of aquatic 

bird^ [^ — <3^IQ 9l c <3 <arQOI dl^GQ ^€^ 

—9- a.] 

q^uiq — ^. q.— (Qt+ai ai^+a^Qtf. bo)— ecii- 

Rajju dbana $$$\q a€^Q GOOQ €9^ a°SQ SjjQ 

QIG'a 9QI ^fi 1 ! 3M — The part of the neck 

of a domestic animal round which a 

rope is fastened (M. W). 


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■^«G©I— *< S- (3. 9. C G3)— QQ^GQ $<Sl G<t?lQ$<?l 
Rajju percla GSIGQQQIG9Q1 — Rope-basket(Apte). 

Q@ 03©|— S. ©.— (fl. 9. Sfil)— QQWW *£ alQ 

■ Rajju pithika q©| ©Q© 91 olOl — A stool or 

bench suspended by ropes (M, W) 

Q^Qft— 3. ©. — (*qi ©©J — QQ$ 49LQ ©W?l — 

Rajju bandha Binding with ropes; tying 

[q« ©«©— a©^] with cords . 

Rajju barttana The twisting of rope (M.w) 
■Q8 «fl— <3. Q. Cfil. 0. €Q)— Q 3Q€i©8 S3CIQ €©?«9 

Rajju bhrama QgGQ Q9|9© — Mistaking a 
thing to be a rope which it is not, 
[SCII - ©191* 9i3 M£«GQ flrf^L a ^W» 
QQ ^Q $0«%Q6©l^6Oqil ©q — ©ilq I] 

Q^CQ QQ^fl— 6Q. 9.— ^R$% €^3 %«€Q «I0 G©'€* 
Rajjure sarpa bhratna GQItt ©QQI — Mistaking 

a rope for a serpent. 

.■Q^QOIQ-S. ^.—(9«3«\+ ««*»)— ^Q9 6G«l9© 
Rajju sandana GS>§> — R°pe and foot-fetters 

(M, W.) 

Rajju sarja $2fi§ qG$— Rope-maker. 

-qq $©-*.*«.—(€»,+«$© «QIGQ» ^ + 9®)"" 
Rajja kxuta ©Q^qjfiS Qs3$© (©©!»§>, «©l) — 

Used as a rope, 

( D89-^W.-(W,+Wi*SI ©©)— 9ROT« ^ ol 
Rajjata QIQWl— Flaited or twisted out of 

' ropes (M. W). 

Q$©©-9°. ^.—(^1 «©i ^19^ QQO)— ^S?OT« 

Rajjtlddhruta Q3Q% €JO| SIQQ9I— Lifted or 

[drawn up by means of a rcpe. 

Q9©Q$— «l°. M. q?—(6i%_+ «©«*©}— ^ • «^' 

Rajjwabalambi aid) Ql Q3€i^ QO©iaiQ 6a 

(QWQ^fil— $) QQfC^ 838114— 1. Holding a 

rope for walking or going up, 9 \ Q€£§) 

fiq aglSpl ^1 6691© t^l — 2. Hanging 
or suspended by a rope. 

•QB© — 31. M 6 9(*.©0©)— t I SJ09 — l.Composer. 
Ranchaka 5 i ©SQIQ© — 2, Painter. 69. $. 
TO* <**» QI9 (G9«l) - Ranjaka (See ) 


Q8©— ©I. © (*.QO©)— QO© (G9«) ^-Rachana (See's 

*Ranchajr>a [SJ— «4f ©S6© ©I© «?, 9©# *S© 

TO* tgsr 63 5M— S?6. G9fl98iq© I 

Q19I-SL 9,6W( *■ QOQI )— ©©©I ( 693 )— 

Ranchana Rachana (See) [ Q— ©IQ S2J6Q < 

mm *?R Qgi^ «|C| oqp « *9— giol. 

aefllQ^. GgflQ^5§a1©l I ] 

Q§©— SI (giOlQ 0Qt) 9*-(*>.Q©©)— Q©S> (€<?«) — 

Rancbita Rachita (See) 

^Tm t^Rr [ ^ — Sgq %i© q?o Q^g— 

.flioi. StjKr© R* aoQig; ©9© 

^q el©!^ ©to «iqi aa^fiQ — ^a©. 

G8^953iq© 1] 

QQO! — 31 (giolo ew) M (3 a . Q&©) — Q©© (CQ«I \— 

Ranchita Rachita [See] [ q— c 95- 

SS'C! ^1^1 a^jGQ ©«©i— Qio1. 5>§s>%aei- 

«1©i i] 
Q1©|— gi [qqs] $ (q°_ Qoai^]-Q©9i [gq«]— 

Ranchiba Rachiba.(See) [Q— ©flQrQflQq 

?5t t^qr ©q ssi©^, 099^ qigq qg 

WIWI— 9fl3-g>. fl9l§IS©. G^lg) 1] 

«BI— SI. Q«i [g°. Q©© 3 Qio ]—S9IO©— Adorned 

Ranchha with. [Q-^tl Oft ^ © 

^^ GQl^O CQI - a0fl©^.9QQa©5tfl8 I] QQ,§- 

■C©g»iQ 9§ «}Q« [©qqo 9GQ<5«. QQ^^J] 

A kind of black cumin s*5ed, 

«J«4K?-« I QcrVWI; QCTIQ9I-1- To dye. 

Raaj[root] 3 , TO ^ ew , ; ^^ W! _ 

[ QQQ(y^)— aOs^a ] 2.To be attached or 
devoted to. « j QgoeWI; QCTI 991— 
3. To be dyed or coloured v | qiq 

8^91— A. To become red. * | g^iq^ 
6^QI — 5, To be enamoured of; to fall 
in love with [Apte]. 9 | eg^gj© e95) |_ 
6. To be pleased; to be delighted. 
9 I a«l% G99I— 7. To be satisfied with- 
Qft— G?GQ. S> (ffP— 1 I ^5 G^la — 1. Anger; rage. 

Banj > I 39^1—2- Grudge. • | g^ ; qg ffi „ 

^ ^3r <jj««l — 3. Grief; sorrow; affliction. 

v I GQIQ— 4. Mourning; bewailing. 

QSi,GQQI— SQ.5 [m.qSj— e I WiQ flQGQ 9i«| GQPl 

Ranj deba — i- To afBict; to aggrieve. 

5:^ t*re*l ^3T^5ff >\ ©QIQ9I- 2 To enrage- 

[^S Q9tl(ei)Q©l — a©iq9] 


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qm 


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Raffja others^ [SJ~©Q©€>« ©96$ OICM 

OQ© qq— g|Q|, «3«© Q3I »ftOI«) 

q«i9— s. w. g° ( q; aiQ© £!©$ ©£ ai^t-Qcr qqsi 

Ranjaka -f©$. 30 ) — $ I €3 QC7 QQQ — 

(Q8 Ql— %1) 1. Dyeing; painting. 9 I QG^©© 
— 2. Stimulating; exciting. * | TO^SI- 
QAQ — 3, Producing attachment; exci- 
ting love or passion ( Apte ). ■* I 
SG^IS©©©; SGOlQS— 4- Pleasing; 
amusing-, charming, S 9— ^ I ( 1* ) 
(GJOT— *l) ;Q»— 1-Washerman. ; I (£)€>$©$ 
_-2. Dyer; painter. • | QG$&© ®)sia— 

3. A stimulant medicine, v | 69§© QS- 

©GS9 ;(«©! 9^«%% §GQ©S> 9GQ ) — 

4. Biliary humour ( on which depends 
a person's vision ) h * I §GT©— 5. 
Vermilion. $ I Qg ©G©— 6. Red 
sandal wood ( Apte ). s> | QG^©Q 
Qm ^ — 7. Exciter, r | QGQ©© '©§ ©I 
9<a g — 8. Stimulus ( Apte ). «l I Qj&a 
( g. a. )— 9- Marking nut. ©©, ©~ 

3*q*<TO v I ©©,©©-31*3 S% ( 6©# ©!G% ©<&© 

tswsCT g*ra flaa ©!%.©€© TO SGQia ©qaio ) — 

33 %fe*K44 ^PW 1. Touch bole. ? I ©©£© »GQ 

tSTC* ft©l ©IftGS ©a99l ©l%9— 2- G-un powder 

put on the touchhole of a gun. [ Q — 

Q$Q CM© QOag C3I# I q$. GQIfQ^lg 

3903 I ] C Q 1 —< Q«© ©!%<3GQ ©a*R<3lQ 

GSGQ G9^ ©a* 9$J» ©QlQQGQ ^©1 ©iqfHJL 

aa©i^©$© owe $<n ] * I qso 6 

C^5l ■ ©Id SfiQGQ ©« flCIIQQI aiQ •©«!©§© ©©©| 

qi g9t<3H — 3. A match or wick for 

igniting a matchlock gun or firework. 

■* i ( s^aata ) «9l ^ ©QQ©I §lsa— 4 # 
(figurative) A purgative _ 

Q8© «Q(«0— W. ©— ©W> * ©©©G© ©«T ©QKW© 
Ranjakajghara (ra) q^— Touchhole of a gun 
3^5 *R tsnml^ ^ or cannon 

©*©(©) ©«©— *G©. §~G9Q ©«© Q^©giQ SMQ^ 
RaSjaka(ki) bandhuka QqsaKlj C©I9I©I© V ©©© 
C^M^ V\%$ a)%*TC 3g9» —A matchlock gun. 

Q81©— V. 9 ( GOT ai%+3©9 G& ai^+q9. «© )— 
Ranjana V I ©GT ©©©I— 1. Dyeing. 5 I SG^IS* 


Sft\Q — 2. Satisfying; pleasing. * | 
a©qGCIiejl©»— 3 - Affecting the heart. 
exciting the passions, [ Q— («H+) ©i- 

( +QQ« «© )— ^CfQ — *• Vermilion. 
+ I QgoWO— 5. Red sandal wood, 
sappan wood. £ I GjK ^«— 6- The 
munja grass; Saccharum Munja. 9 | 

cqq Pg^i^* 919 QQ ©qsi<i ( a^i— 

dying, r | qj?| ( §• a. ) — 8. Gold. 4 | 

©IQETft (9« a.)— 9 - Nuttne g- ^° I 
QqQiq£ QS ( %. a- )— 10 - The camilla 
tree. e. Q4. 1°— t I a©^ ©00— ( 1- 

(QSfil *3) Exciting passions. ^ 1 Ql©5?9« — 

2. Affecting the heart; pleasing. « | 
9191 QCJW— 3 ' Colouring^ dyeing, e g # 
W ~qp©—Beautifal. [ ^ -©qp9^ 

e^icjg qs© i Q®. eSeoqaQora t ] 
Q8i©9— e. «? (e<te+o)— * 1 ©*a©3 ^^9> 

Ranjanaka QfllQ^Q «»Q se » ©%©GM^1. Myrica 
Sapida; Myrica Nagij a medicinal 
plant. Jl 0« ( 8. 3- )— 2, Jack fruit. 

Q81© 0<jfi- G9.©-G9. «?— Ga4 ^ Ql « S€ ^ ^aiQ« 

RaEjana Lajjala G«?S^I C^GQ ©a §«?>; ©«©©l 

3^^ ^^1 ^T — Collyrium which when 

ilfiraWWr.aaraHBn ^TSrar anointed subdues, 

the spectators. [ Q — 3&© <] © €i®S» 

Q»© 6®€il~5T. ^-fil©1 q.» ($. S. )— 

RaSjana keshi Indigo plant. 

€,@©g— ^. ©-«9© ©I sas^a— 

RaSjanadru A tree5 Morinda Tinctoria. 

©li©9al--«. ©— ©RQ Q©l— Memordica Charantia 
Ranjana balli creepers (M. W. ) ^ 

Q81© Q^— g©. ^> ( a^.©© aeqw )— 6©S»q^ ® Q ® 

RaEjanarasmi ^^qq— Radium rays. 

q§i«i— «. © ( ©s©+<1. « )— «■ 1 ®S»°* ©»iqi*— 

Ranjanl 1- Mellotus Phillippinensesj Kamilla. 
[ q 4Q| Q Q©|Q QQQ «Q«1 *» I <^1^" 


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■491913 aisaQ^L ©isicr 9§gs ©a ©©!ai« i] 

^ I 9I»!gQ ) — 2. Indigo plant. • J q®<|| 
—3, The Indian madder, v | G3ST1©©!; 
CICrSQ© ff© — 4j- A. flower; Nyctanthes 
Arbor Triste3. * I 9QQI; 'S 1 ©^ — 5. 
Turmeric. 9 | aaa^ Q^©§ 19® q§©l- 
9£g<g— 6, A kind of red aluminious earth. 

9 I «i©©tf ( 9' «* ) — ?* Piper betel, 
r 1 »%QIQlS„1 M1©©1 ($. a.)— 8 - A 
kind of wild creeper, e | €)<a©gQS} Q@ 
fl© 3&J% §<3I£J fl O { ©. a. 3—9. The 
2nd of the three secondary tunes of the 
first scale of Hindu music. 
*. Qtfl.— ©ft©Q tftaCT — feminine of 
Rafijjana. [q— QGQ Q»g © QSfil ©Q « 

g©iGa 6©s$ ! ©«. 6©if ©§i«ft©3 i] 

GQ.Q. — fa- M ©ftfil)— ©$$$1 — Barber's 

nail-cutter. [R— QWSQ, SG$ ©« «l© 

TOGR «GQ I «fcfl©r ^Q9fijlfl2 l] 

Q»«qi— e. Q.-f© W® @©«) 

RafijanI pushpa Pflti karafvja (See) 

Q«tcaq— *. w— (Q» aiSLSo,«asaiSL+« t *-«^-' j 

Rafijanlya QIQI QCT| fc 3iQ9IG©— 1- Fit to be 
coloured. J I 9191^ SKjW ©q*W $©©— 
2, Deserving to be made happy. • I ( + 

©<§. ««!$ flcoWQj g«oiR«w© [s. a.]— 

3. Pleasing; delightful (M. W.) 

Q«l- TO. $*— * ' e * ft (TO«)— L Rafijana (See) 

Ranja > i ©W «^ «® l Q q SiQM QIQ $9©© 

«(Wt; *Wffl ea®l TO©i 4.9©! Ol« ©I ««— 

Sfijf^/ 2. Trellis or dry branches driven into 

the earth for training creapers along 

them^ 69. 9*.—* I £»© ( TO9 ) 

1. Rafijaka (See) 3 I ©$d (TO«) — 

2. Rafijita (See) 

Q»l(6l)C|©l— TO. $\— <* I ©S©l €^ lQ ^ Q $ ^ 0— 
Ranja(nje)ib5 1. Causative form of Ranjiba. 
?|Wl5[ tSW 5 I QSO «Q9I— 2, To dye. • I 
Z<0 ©Q©1— 3 * To please. [ Q— a$G© 
Ga'S»l9|©<^e®G^ I $|8©.9<5>!q©© a© IJ 
■* ( (en. ©•©,) ©©$ ©W!) QCI ©QIQ©I— 
4. To tease; to annoy. « | fl q a ©Q©i. 
GS1§© ©Q©l — 5. To charm; to enchant. 


[q — a&ipe ©§ q© ©i© qii qsiqq a© 

£© 1 ©9qg<l.©6tiiqi ©^ct.eil© J 9 I €»«* TO©| 

(gOfl)_6. Rafija deba (See) 

[q— ©1%^ aicT© Gftl QGSiQQ, <?GQ fli^flQ 

C8IO5 ©I^ST 9|C© Gaa GSG1Q& G€II©€IQ 
©tfGQ© I ©3 ] 

QSil ©Q— TO. 9- (^.SR+OIQ)— ©$l©©3 ejfl69ft— 
Rafijatara ^STC^f ^^ori^K 3TCT Comet, 

Qirl GQQI— TO. 3.— «IQ@ ««Q «aQ R©l fllf»9l GIQ 
Rafija deba qqq qqi qqiq 51 QGQ ^9CQ QftL 
[Q«l fl9iKGQ)Q91; Q8! G8IQ9I— Bffl*q,0] C8I«9I— 
\5t9I*fi»rtC»ll^t, ^Bflatt C^e^ll r o put or construct a 
?£T% ^SfT frame or trellis for training creepers. 

frfti Q®— TO. 9 6 W.- («•- c;»alo) — 1 1 awiiG* 
Ranja rafiji aGQIQ&Q - 1. Pleasing each other. 
tfirer, ^sir tfii [€j— gs>ggi 9gGci toi«GQ,Sg«i q^ 

Qfl!q«l ]-^ f«TO*IGi 9Q ao©§— 2. Attach. 
mant to each other. * | (£f|. qoq) — 9S8Q 
g© G^tai9<il — 3. Angry with each other. 

Q»IG>a — 69. Q^l— ^ I fiaiQ— 1. Hungry, j |Q|sa«»GQ 
Rafijalia «Q 9ig — 2. Very busy with work. 

Rafijalia beia 9ig ai<l — Very busy time, 

QSiIQG«©I-69. « — ( QQIW«— Gfll 69^ ©SI© 
Rafijali heba G9QS)"6Q a ^ Q CGltf WQ QQla 

^t^^5t q© ©1 6 all© ©weaiq g©9g« 

«©h^ QQfl «©^© G9QI — A feelingTof heat 

on account of increase of temperature 
in the body and perspiration, 

TO, $ ($WQ3— ©©«» G9Q -C ©!GGQ 
fl*Q8l© G^Qei) -^ I ©W19 CT©l3 W« 
G^»9I— 1. To be bothered or troubled. 
-^ I a©i$ ©l«a M »i3 €^©l— 2.To be awfully 
busy. * I ^9 69IQ GalTOI — 

3, To search for a thing very anxi- 
ously. 

Gift* (ai%) — » (QO© ©1 ©^aiSL«©)— fl©? «*WI— 
Ranji (root) To please 5 to charm. 

©■To— e. w («* yiSL a «l— ««? yi?L+©^©)- 

Ranjita 11 QQ©q aioa©l— 1. 9y«d 5 c o louf - 
ed -^ I ©?©— 2, Painted. • f 


ir°^ 


3j§© 95$ 


( "9t+§> ) 


©&>'§) 


9G<5l€©; sm®} ©9© — 3 ' Pleased; satis- 
fied, gladdened. v | 9I9IOI6© a©qa 
©QIQ9CI s31Q«lg — 4. In whom the seeds 
of attachment have been sown. * | 
gg- 5. Charmed (M.W), 9 i SJ©Q§ 
(§. a)— 6- Attached. 9 1 sflCQS© — 
7. Illumined (M, W) 
Q$© 9^— S. 9 (»$©)— G^tf G3©9S€ISj ai9'€0iSL 
Ranjita diushti £1916191© Gqal©2llS%£li© Q| 

QfiTQS^ QQ©|QKJ— Chromatopsia 5 
coloured vision. 
9!!Q4 — *. ^ (osTfcii) — t. 1 QcpiaiQ^Qi % 9I — 
Ranjita bastra 1, Dyed cloth. 9 1 §£ qai — 

2. Chintz cloth. 

«— ff. 9- %1 (Q8 dl%+©$. Q3^+q1 $) — t I fll» 

RaBjini qs>-— 1 Indigo plant. (M- W). j t 

<5Q<3! — 2. Turmeric. « | 9®^}i— 3. 

Tndian madder (M. W ) 

^ST©!— G9."S (S. Q® fcilQ)— ^ I QSPlQ©!; ©S©9Qol; 

Rafijiba qqqq©|-1. To paintjto dye. [$ — 

£Q ©Iff 3!©%^ G ©I ? ©^£1© ©% Q©» <3 ?§Q 

q€©-qbi©iei. fl9iai«] 5i sgqjoa©! — 
2. To please, [ Q— WGQ ©§9d *fy 

Q ca ©©©I - 3. To charm. (©— ©£ ©0 S9 
« q!?SI'fl€), «§G99 €1© O^l a ©— GQIGQQ 
Q© eWM ] v I floa C99I— *. To b= 
charmed, (Q — 2fl3tf|© ©Q9^)_ 93 Q$ — 
q«3*<a>. 3Q|qp©) I [^ — 4 3^1 Q €83«l9Ql 
Q.9 %QG? 69©l, GP9I 2qiQ Q9|0©l <^3 QQ, 
Q© QSG© GQ9 GOIQ 98*314 l] 

98il— G9. w(ai, Q®f=fl3©i$8a> cai©)— e I qqjn. 
Ranjl qol— i. Angry. ; | G©l9©qq© — 
^l^t i&ft^T 2< Of an angry nature. 

©^Q©1'6>)— €9.$\ W (a H G»sOQQ^) — v I a© 9Q 

Rat kina(ni) q®QIG© $411 69GG1 9$$ Q©€IQ ©Q 

Qfc©(«)Q } ggo^g §§991 QOICQ— 1- Snapping 
Qfr9(a)3 j ^ with a croaking sound (said 

^T>^t3 ^a^Ar of a rope). ( €191— 9Q§£| 

©£©© g§>CIQ) I 9 I 901© GoiaQJTO ©fl^l 

SQ1GQ— (biting) Sharply, [q— QSTO (Sfll 

9<1 ©IP^, §G© §G© G?l«4 9©lQ ©§> — 

finale. 95jw»oi 1 ] [ ©-©19 991 fldiSQ 
s&wi aeasi q^wi q^qq a^g6^iasj 


SJO©l ©G© l][aai— Qiqi flS«| 691 91©© 
QtSGI ©I5(^GQQ, a«?jQQI QQQ §,^© 

Qt?tt~ w - ,y (^«i©Q^)— «l 9«Q© 9^GQ (q^QI); 
Rat-mat q^$ qq (qg'^l)— 1,(To stare) With 
^^!& expanded eyes. ^ I <q ($QQ (^©1) — 
R^Hy<^ 2. In a staring manner. [931— Qg gq| 

a^qogfls ©Q"«i9 g 1] [©--'^a^ *q%q^ 

OI% f^©© 6 9W©SS ^9 qo©l ©GQ I ] «l 
919 Q9f)9l©«aQ— 3. The sound produced 
by grinding the teeth of both the jaws, 
QSQS — GQ. a ( y©«t©QQ3; Q9 . ^. QSQ^iq9|© ) — 
Rat -rat v I QIQGQ <$Q® SfiQ S^IQPiQ aQ — 
^&<pfe 1, Craoking: sound made by nibbling a 
^ra^S cord, >\ q>G9j?Q f |^| 99ia^ 9I-56© ©1^^ 
6QG©?C>| g©IGQ— 2. Nibbling at a bard 
subatancs. [ gai— fl«| GQ©Ga^% ©*Q* 
OI^S I] * I il«QQ9<Jt9O0«PQ 0?) GQG^ 
OI<g»l ^G9 ^G9 ©g S9IQ €IQ— 3. Succes- 
sive snapping sounds made by a cord 
when it is tightly drawn, *w I «l$, qQI€^- 
Qi€j €i enQ© €JQGq G©9 ^q a§)GQ ©@*^ 
GQSf QQ §<— 4. Repeated creaking or 
snapping sounds made by a furniture 
under a heavy load, [qj — '%fc%^ 'et€S> 

QSQt— W- ® (a H «H»9©^)— 3Q©© 6Q 9| S6Q© 9§Q 
Rat-rat Qfcs^ a©— Repeated snapping sounds. 
*tt«1lfe [©— f %^^ '©tq^OI^. S9 0Q «Q |] 

q^ (al$)— ^.— ^ I ©§©l 5 G9IOTI— 1. To speak. 
Rat (root) * | ©|Q*9|© ©^91 — 2. To speak 
repeatedly. • I «©b ©QOI; £9 ©9©lj 

ejeS^eQ ©?IQ ©Q©(; «i»l*©l— 3. To 
roar^ to yelij to shoutj to scream; to 
cry(M. W). v | ^S©8?©GQ 01991 91 
6W6II ©Q9I— 4, To proclaim or call Out 
loudly (Apte). * I 21M3GQ €>gl© ©Q9i> 
G$©©QIQ ©Q9I — 5. To shout with joyj 
to applaud (Apte). $ \ (QQ\ SB9) 9!$91 — 

6. To ring (as a bell) (M. Wj. 9J (qQ9 

tip) €©?«3 ©|Si ©lf©IG9G© Q© ©Q9I — 

7, To crash (as an axe) {M. W). 


Q& 


( $><***> ) 


€}fc — 69. $ (*. QSG>) — €$© «9— Loud sound, [q — 
Rata g©& | ©$ Qt9$ QSGQ I 98. TOftte§*9 
^ saw qoq |] 

QiOl— 9IG3. (aaifil) M - ^ I -aQflla— 1. Prone to 
Rataka takeoffence^ super-sensitive. 9 \ 
©9 a— 2. Unpalatable. 3IG9 (99©!©) 
9 - €QI«ei— Kulthij gram. 

QfcS — G9.a(a9*i©Qqa) — 9l«t ejq^QiQ «Q; ©9«^ — 
Ratata The sound produced by the grinding 
V&fB Of the teeth, [q — qqc9 ©Q«3I S>G|Q, QQG$ 
«*« €£Q QSS 919 | Q8. WJ SQ«I£[ I ] 

«*©— *. 3 [q*. «i$Q q@W q\q, gaa qgg (*q 

Ratati q^g) <jq9qq£q qg. ^91 4^ 3 gg^Q 6 

giote 9Q&GQ 6 a1agi©*S3 «$en^€;GQ 

C1199© e9iQg©i G9«tiai« i gioto 

(he) Is uttering repeatedly; is repeating 

loudly. 

Qfc©- s. 9*. 1° ( Q* a'^+Q(| a©; t-ai. e<? ) — 

Ratan 68 G©fa9 ^ GQI« ai<Jj 91Q°9IQ ^QlQtf 
IQfc^l — $) O^QI — Uttering repeatedly^ pro- 
claiming. 

Qfc9(ai)— e. 9. (QS v ai$+qs>. «q; «)— 1 1 ©a©— 
Ratana (na) 1. Speaking, > | Q|Q°s»|Q Q@QI — 
2. Speaking repeatedly. fin | G^JI<a^1l3 
gOjQ — 3. Circulating^ publication. 
» 1 (+9$. «0; + a) »qs«iGq gqctd 
SQQtfl — 4. Report published by word 
of mouth, #i «h o*- 5. I ame, £| $QQ9- 
6. Rumour. 9 | (+q9. 2lff 3 +2j) Q6©V 
3QGQ Q9IQSI— 7. Shout <M. W.) r | 
©§IQ— 3, Scrsaming (Apte) .<j| GSeeOIQ; 
aC*aGV GQ ;£« c 2^'9-9.App]ause (Apte) 

Qfc9l 9€)QI-W. ^— «W«G? «*W 6Q|<3tfi| QQ$>|; 
Ratana karib'a 691 QOIQ91— To publish by 
^nhrt Wt word of month; to proclaim; to 
?3*r «K*?Tt n °ise abroad. 

QtQ\ a©©-*. 9a.(9$«l9)— 11 ©as© 91$ g^Q©— 

Ratana mulaka 1. Published by word of 

mouthy originating from rumour. 

9 I (Q9Q2I) aaQlQ £TO— 2, Defamatory. 

Ratanti' 9IQ qty ©§Qa1— T he 14th day of the 


Qtfjjl 0SP«1 ( a <3ark fortnight of 

Q«91ia OSJQ r <a1 f ^ Magha month. 

Wfeifaa se^ioq 'qaqeQ G©fa3 sisq 

q*^h oq« f al— GQ. S> — Q^^l ( GQSI ) 
Ratantya chaturddasl Ratanti ( See ) 

QfcQfciqfllQ— g. ^tf|. gf— ^ I G9 Q^9^ W «9,«ft— 
Rataratayamana 1. Croaking (M. W), 

(QWteiqfllGI— %}) ^113191 Qt Q^ SQ.9p- 
2. Producing a snapping or creaking 

sound. 
QSI — e. 9. ( Q£ ill^+^9 «J+Sfi )— «. I G«ai««|— J, 

Rata Proclamation. ? i ^Q©l — 2- Speech, 

Q$KGfc)QQi--G9. ^— QtQi ^^iQ 3©$ qa— 
Rata(tejiba Causative form of Ratiba). 

^( ^ I 3SN ^ig gqQ© 9QQ9I — 1. To cause 
*3TCT to be published. 5 I GaiSSli ©991 — 

2 To proclaim. 

Qf9-^. 9*. ( q$^+o^. o )— 11 G<ai€a— 

1. Repeatedly uttered. 3 I Q^Q© — 

I «0~ 

. 4,. Spoken; uttered. ^. 9. (4- Q9. *) — 

^ I QGO— 1. Speaking; utterance, j \ 

a»»5 ©9IQ; q9>$ — 2 - Scream, sh ut 5 

yell; cry (Apte). 

Q§QI— 69 #*. («. €lt ^) — <. I ^e©8^€lGS ^^*| — 
Ratiba 1. To speak out. J) Q§> ^Q9! — 2. 
3&T To roar, (q— §^9^ QUI 3<?<n <aG<a Qf Q 
^5ff 98- G$69<aa9aiq I) « | G<3!€QI; QIq-QIQ 
9§@l— 3. To repeat. [Q_qa| qy| g ^iq 
9fll QfflSSi I 9firl0 I ] V J QtlQQi; Q^Q 
*€i9i— 4. To publish) to proclaim, [q^ 
G!9GSl Q^Ql, QIQGSS €11^ Q?Gfii $|G$ I 
Q^lQia. Q9I I ] + I g^Q©. G^9ii €Jf © 
G9QI — 5. To be published or circula- 
ted, (aeii— ©iq* qiggq *to_S9k» $tQ$ \) 
9 I (aal 39)Iy© 0Q9I — 6. To make a 
sound (e. g crowing). [ gj — ^OQ^faafQ 
^fQ Q% a999|T9^ SPfQGQ | 99|ai. 

, 9£fl© J ] 


Ratita 


2. Proclaimed; published. 

3. Renowned^ v | Q^|Q©- 


/ 


QQ (aiq) 


( f*«" ) 


Q9«fr 


QO v (aiq)— -ST.— oeoi — 
Rath (root) To speak (M t W.) 

QO— SO. ffl.— Q a o«t (6<3»«) 

Ra^ba (q> O* — WIOlo %9) Raa thaa (See) 

Q@— G9. Q.— e I OMWO aaoiQQ QOGSia GWI 
RarcLa aicf flOGQ «C«^; a?$l 5 TOft— 1. Grudge? 
*^tC3Ft*t rancour^ a determination to wreak 
smi, £15 «TC ^K vengeance, y | (a OiC£Q$$) 
«Q«WQ GOQflq $966* <jHS «©CQ fl?10 
O^fsW; $909 90 — 2. Rattling or 
^5^5 jarring noise made by a cart moving 
igg^g rapidly on a gravelly road. *> | ©ft$|~ 
OT^'SRtffa SICTIQ— -3. Line charcoal, v j po^- 
C^5r ©Q^IQgQ QCIQ 01 GO©3 ^9 * Light or 
^ITO brilliance of a burning thing or fire. 

[e— «6qjpiflQ 09 |6q ««g£g© I qaioia. 

flOWWI l] fe— 6QG0, ©64TC08 qjGQOSIGO, 
©«§ 90IS OQGQG© 'QO' «0 QiQ^IQ 

oq§; aai - ©*ia® GQipoQ, 21Q Q9 00 T 

^© Gfll GOIO 4^01$^ SIR €§!©» flW Q9 

G€i$ ? «§a§ GS«GO ©ai\ OS, 8|$dj <?Q- 

GSI9I, €08^, 6fl^%tf ao «o fla oi«pg© 

ffsflf $« I ] 60. 9<a—©£$l— Burning. 

OQ ©QOI— GO. S—v I Q9 Q§Ql (60S)- 1. Rarcia 

Raida karibS rakhiba. (See) S I §9 flfyOl 

(G0«) — 2. Raijia sadhiba. (See) 

Q$ ^Mbl — GO, ^^©a 993901 O0G9I9! OIO— 
Raida khunta A blazing stick of fire5 a blaz- 
«f»^"^ti *iy«?ft I? 5Piqft ing firebrand, 

€}9?©rf-W- ^— M9 1 8CriQ 3 6SJ€j"WQ WQCl 
Rarda niafi © eiM; Q9© ©a*— A live fire, bla- 
mm *rtW zing fire, [<£>—. GQ^ WS ^6^® fffll 

5^n2KT<i^r 0101% © ai<i, «ao 0191 oao x 69Q 

q@ 6ooi- go. §— 09 swoi (go«) 

Raiga neba Raida sadhiba. (See) 

Q9 fl(Q,0)@— GQ. a (aoi^ooa)— e 1 99 OIO «© 
Raida ma(ra ; ra)lda 0^ 9€>3IG$G<» Qg^ 
^^5,^^ €$aq)iaQ QO SQ — 1. High repea- 
ted cracking sounds (as of big boughs 
iTfH^.' breaking down). J I QO© SOIS^, 


G39IQQ10 Q© QMQQi Q9?19; S)^? — 

2. A jarring sound produced by chew- 
ing hard things, [q— 'QQQQi' 'zQVfy' 

w 1 39^9 QSQtOI^ Q»©Q «IQ l] "IG-SiaGQ 

flf^O 6 Ql^ $93$ QQ «3 Q G99I— 

3, Grinding one's teeth in rage. [ q — 

Q9 4^l1 <3Q SOI G<?3 AQ QGQQ «GQQ^ 

<a€ etqio ^9 QGsiq Q9q(€j)9 g^s^q 1 

3 OQ I ] 

Q9fl§)~"GQ. St— 6 - I 3%0is^'"l # Grave responsi- 
Rar^amar^i bility. (as|— <£ < QQQ Q9«9 gQ 

^ Wlfi^ Q!€IQ olg l' ) J I Wfl SP— 2. Harsh 
^BFl^f sound or noise. (^ — QGffQi^ QIGQ 9QIQ 
^ Ql^g OQQQ «J99$ I 9Q©GS)I€?. 

©^9^1 I ) 

Rarda rakhibS To entertain grudge against v 
«rtC3FM ?W 5H*T[ST5:] ^'sWf person , 

Rarda sSdhiba Q|^ 91^91 Q!QQ§°gi GWI— To 
^tUZW fsfSU feed fat a grudge^ to take 
3T^rT5tar revenge; to be avenged (upon a 

person),, 
Q©— 3". S— «l9l— 

Rardt Play- sport (M. W). 

Q^(©, 9^)— GQ. Q ( «. Q^ v a|^» QS© )— VI q©«p- 

Rar^i(di, ddi) 1. A loud sound, (q— <§ g^aGQ 

1^ ?JiQ|G^ 9IQ1 Q9 J ^§€9. fl^iqQ®. ©Q I) 

7 I Q09 W — 2. Roaring £oundj yelling. 

* I SJS QIOj ©§IQ — 3* A halloo; shout. 

w 1 9G«i©IQ© ©^€1 €IQ— 4. Braying; 

croaking. * i QtfftqQGQ ©^ GQ191Q.; 
qqI — 5. A loud wailing; screaming. 

(ft— OIKJpGQ 99 Q9 OTIQ, §tf QQQ ^^ 
€iqiQ I Oft* GQG9S«Q»I9 1) [4— 3talO«IO| 

ooa 6 9&?\, Q9 6 ©goiofiiql ao%oo 

G^I<5|S1 l] 

Q98D— €0. ©«- qf— Gao* Q« ttftflll GOIQ QIGQ— 
Rardia (a child; Used to unreasonable nag» 
#R^f ^? J 5ft?r giag and crying^ fretful. 

(0G9«l— <1) 


q§ a$^i 


( $>e*« ) 


£<SI *>^ 


q^(®> )g§)Oi — cq.^—u ado o§9i — '• To roar ; t0 

Rardi(<J<Jijohhardiba bray> to scream. (€$ — ©%9J3 
Q9 9Q9I J G9IQ Og €9© SWWI 

Q9 gwi > «Gi%a *a§>G$ gCTqs Q^ I 

e© agi(cw)QVi1 qai9ia.<i9i&ii<fti t) 

^=T^1 3 ! ^eSl^QSQ 9IQ69I9I©-©Q91$ 9©! 

*j£*X S|§>9); QQ1 QQIQQI —2. To lament or 

wail loudly^ (g$_ GQSQQ OQ <!©! 3$, 

Q$ ai9(Q)OI-r€Q.3— 1 1 ©glQ OQ QI09l;99 GISQQ 
Rarcli pargi(ri)b& ©|QQ|— 1. To cry aloud. J | 9§- 

__^ Stvt Qia gjo Qg|Q qq9| —2,. To scream 
*ZtraRr for a long time. (Q— 9Q3JI9 $3 GCIIftO 

a,© G9IQ I Q9 919 .aw SQ qs> ©I© «l§* I 

*" qttffe. S9tqQ«>. Q j I) 

6J3>Q[— G9- 3- ( 3. Q^ai^)— V I QG©"TO€Q 9$S£I 

Raidiba Ol©9l 5 9©l SH991— 1, To wail loudly; 

^ "TO* #W to lament loudly^ to bewail. 

^E(S)sn (q — 99jaai qQsl,69iQ aoildoril^QtglieCi 

s& a* q§>qgq 1 Q93&. sicrla > 1 «§>9i 
(G9«) -2. Arriba ( See ) m \ MQOI; 
GQI$9I — 3. To spread over; to be dif- 
fused, (Q— GftiW GI9 OIG© Q§> WtejQ, 
Q^q GS-aiQI€l?ig«GQ Q§> I $$9«9.fl9iqQ©. 
G^l^l I ) V I ( §$l) aqq>| G91Q Ql©9l— 
4. To cry unreasonably (said of naughty 
children); to fret. X 1 Q$ qg£[ 9991 91 Slf 

QQ Q§9l— 5. To speak loudly for a 

length of time. 

QW-W.'W. 9!— * I £3 2i$$l qg«i 3 gQ§°q|gqq3- 

Rardua 1. Rancorous; revengeful. j \ ca 

(Q€9[G9l]fi"%1)Q9 GQ9IGQ «Qig (§q) — 

fe^F, #t$W 2. Habituated to flagging 

*i^ CE 7 iD g; fretful. 

Q6©Q — GQ. M. ^1— e I Qf)SDO tiQGr— 1. Feminine 

Rardei of Rarciia* (See) 9 I QgnaQ ^1«a»— 

2. Feminine of Rargua. (See) 

Q€ (tfK$) — 3 — V j €Q 9$9|— 1. To sounds to make 

Ran (root) a sound * \ qq QqQI— 2, To 

move; to go (Apte). « 1 Qega qq o$qj. 

M M 09 QQ9I— 3. To tinkle; to jinglej 

to ring, v 1 (tffce) SK?Q© G99I— 4. To 

rejoice. * | (g?$9) aff©© QQ9I— 5. To 

cheerj to gladden. I 


Rana 1. War; battle; fight. J | Q9|Q — 

2. Conflict. * j (-fqQ.a) €IQ — 3. Soundi 
noise. v I OQO; c©— 4 Going, moving* 
* t (G"&>Q) «io« — 5. Pleasure5 delight; 
joy (M, W). ^> I €JM (8. a) — 6. Sexual 
congress; copulation. <> I <j*U G9^l (§. 
€l)— 7» A kind of sheep with a fatty 
ball-shaped tail, r I (+0*|TOfl. «) ^^ % 
GS^ — 8. Battle-field (Apte), i (+©Q«I. 
a) QtflQ Q§— 9- The quill or bow of a 
lute (Apte). GQ. Q. (Olfl)— flfflOCBQ GQ|?4 

A small tributary of the river Maha- 
nadi in the Banki estate of the Cuttack 
district. [9— «3 Q<3!S> 513^3^ Qlg q©4Q 
0GCG eisj 9< I ©« ®§ — 'Qflj Qtii, flei> 
0^91 Q»l aid G91QGS1 €91 800 9IQ€I« I' 
TOIQ 9GV 9lS ^5*IGQ 491 fl9l «3^W G9 

0SGQ,^M OQQ ^8<?sb, o«9Q 6 ai©9«4 

qoi oeeOf sfl Q * °® ^ g ^% G9Q?i©i ^S! 

Gflf q»^Q WIO^Q 9% G€J e9QQQI GO a 

w 90, «« QS ? g scr G^§ afi?s\» q§ §<J l] 

Q«l Q§ (§)— 9. 9- (9. 9- SQ; Q«!fl QQSOOft)- 
Rana kandu(nda) q$ *Q^>I QIG* aa^— Itching' 
or eagerness to fight. (Q — ^ G^GS} OR 

Qfil OQfi— G9. «?. ("51. «^€J^1©)— OW3 ©QB— 
Rana karana Cupid. 

Qg^GSl« l> 

Rana karma Fighting; War. 

€}$ 919Q— ff.W. 9? (9«1 ©©)— 090991% 9<$I©DQ- 
Rana katara Averse to fighting. 

Qfil Qlfll — ff. 9«. • ( Q«4-^l8«J; *fll- ^9 ') — q^ 
Rana kami QQ9!% CI© Q— Desirous of fight- 


Q£l q$Q 


( 9*9* ) 


Q^S! 


t_«Ch,og 9®*9 ^ 691ft GQO* 

J 4 93.13 i ] 


9<$ %€iia — s. 9<a. g_ a Osfl ©©) — q$99ti€9 qiq«i — 

Rana kusala Skilful io the art of warfare. 

(Q«iqa»i 3 909^1, Q€9Q«i, Q^asJ— tf) 
(9$qaoQi, Q«i9q$oi, Qsi^qsj, 9<aa$©i — p. qa) 

9«§l %99 — 69. 9— 99QQ 59319$ 69»Q q§§> GOI99I 
Rana kuhurdi q|q_A sort of mist during 
3f ^pTfTl daytime creeping in cloudy weather, 

, 'OTSsirsir [ §— QGKjgp G9S6Q «H4 5199 6 

9«%BI 

Q€l 6©I«0 — *. 9 ^ I (5>a1 ©Q) — Q? 9^9^69 9q<nQf 
Rana kausala — 1. Martial skill. 5 1 (^^1q©) 

Q61 GC^tl fl g q$ QQQIQ §g?j, flgllOl — 2. 
Q61 9|£9 J ™ Excellent mode of con- 

ducting war. 

Q«l 6fl«— ff. 9— Q«l §9 ( 693 ) — 

Rana kshetra Rana bhami ( See ) 

(QdSQjQgGaKGfll)^, QdSI, Q^l^Q — SIQs%9 
Qflqa— 69. 9— 9JM ©ISiq 4Q99IQ 991ETQ— A kind 
Ranagua of palm producing nut-like fruite. 
[ 9 — < gg ®|QQ2 SQ I ] 

q«I 6G1I0Q — ST. 9«l. qr — q$€Q99$— 

Rana gochara Engaged in battle (Apte), 

(QfiGOlQQ— «fl) 

^a srar - <at69 ( agifl ) 9— ( «*W9_qq ©iqsjiq # qi$ 

Ranaghanta 6Q )— Q&lflS* §$Q gi^GQIOWl 
SJOI6Q 69l«affll S^GGi «©9 6QW SftJGQ 
69Q99I Q\$ 91 6£&9— Pantocaine or festi- 
val held at the time of Dolapurnnima 
at .Kokalba in Ganjam. [ Q — qiqq g© 
q?«l ( <2Q9, 8@^Q|« £J§$9I Q99feJSlG» 
fly ) ga^SQ 6313 G99i%_ Qft i <iq6Q 
qp«|fll69 q§9 ^£ 6 si^Q fllofli© GQIQ 
9I9§ I <?jGQ 6QIQ 9 6991 91^ 999 
3*169 91Q «!Q9 6Q|^ 6Q99' flfl69 

eait-o ^a^iQ $g i ] ^IG9 { 9is§i ) 9— 

Q|^— Hat. 

Q€l 9§— $°. 90 V ( $>«! s>£ )— qjsgq— 

Rana chanda (^og| ^) Fond of fighting. 

Q«I9§1— 3°. 9. aj-v 1 q^e^Q tiqqttl 6991— 

Raria ohandi 1. The Goddess of war. J j 

9I«1 OiqgWl— 2. Goddess Kali. $9. 9 

~^ I R£te$QQI 3.1— 1. A shrew$ a 


3l*tMft termagant woman. j | QQ<£$\ 3,1— 
^UStost 2- A quarrel some woman- 

Qfl qQ— gi€9 ( 3991© ) 9— ei^os) gees g9i s«a 

Ram chala ©oq g^q — The outer thatch oi 

straw over the mud-roof of a two-that" 

ched house- 

QS\ gq— q\ q ( 9d1 o©^ 1 — q^GQ o^iqq — 

Rana jaya Victory in battle. 

■ Qffl «ql — H°. 9«. 9? ( 9^1+ 9qP; tfll. C9 ) — 
Rana jay! (q®6Q 6*qQQ9l<33 Qf^)— Victorious 
<Q«15?^ — $) (9«©0^— aoiqq) in war. 

Ranijit sirnha 1, Raojit Sinha, the Sikh hero- 

(qsi©© ^°9«n- 8Q"^a) [ 5— 1«,9»"»— <j-wd) 

^*tfe^^ <19l* ?©l^ 919 q9J§°9 I 9Q 9P 93^ 

^RmG^. eqaGQ <J9io*Q eai^<i os q^ g^iq- 
QQ I <l 9Q9 ar«1l^9 Qflg a«<^ <J9p 9Q 
3819% ttMIOfll©^ qs 9iq §Q\g® Q$t 
08'9G9 <S 9lfi[l€GQ S«g©H gS^I QQ^JG^, 

^QG« 9«l q»H ©€1^® G9Q I '0<5J|^ 9«^GQ 
«*q93l6Q QQSGQ giGff giGQ ^»«(93I9 
©Q?jGR I Gfqeauiq© «»«fl|Q 0«3IG9 9IQ 
QCf ©Q S) 69IQ^9l G9§ < 9996$ G9 c 99,. 

ji (9isi) 96«i» g69S9 qsq« aicQQQQ qp 

(O 9^©GQ 9911^9 ©Q #692r v GSQGQ 

939 «l<i!9 69IOg6fi»)-2.Name of the world 

famous cricketer of Jsimnagar in Gujerat 

the famous 'Ranji*. 

S3 §s(gf)-G9. a ( 4191999^1 ) ( 9^i«%)— ai^qq 

Rana jhana(ni) a»Qrl9Q6 f Q 199 89§Q 9€dta9- 

^«1^ ?|«nift ?K5TOfT Jingling sound of ornaments 

SJICT or coins ( Q— €j^g| G9IO «gl 8(^9 

OS!G^-% h <S|9^9Q I ) fe — q.©<3 S»5IQ 

0^ ^QQ69GQ QSI^I »9 ?<3 I tQI QQ9I% 

Q0^9Q Q^QG9GQ Q^^ aQ^<] f *Qg|^ 

OI% C %^^' «©Q 6 9U9QQ aQ l]GO. 9 - 

?R^ t I go? ^I99til69 9&J%C9 ^9B9I a9gl- 

^5TO!!T«^' I.The state of a thing being dried up 

completely by the sun. > \ a99Q9; QC9 

S9lj %91 96J©— 2, Hard cash^ riches in 


G&$$n 


( 9t9i ) 


Q<sai 


the shape of money. [Q — Qd^tf ( OftS> 

9JKi— «l ©QS>) ©l£99, Cltt GQi9($3 91$ 

"$?»«!) Q W9— oal] 

Ranajbania 1. Completely dried up by the 
*R3tW,*nNcfe rays of the sun ? | Q0q$l €1© 
tfifflffi*, 3*3*1 ©q$Q|— 2. Jingling. 

€$*9* — G9. « (^©©Q^) ttl$Oq gQi&_( a eii— 
RfinajhaiB «QW!9)© <3g^ g© 3 Qdgjd qq - 
3«rafa, ^R^tf* Jingling sound of ornaments' 
(Q— ©QGtf age 9©l $GQ Q^IGf— GflQfflft 

wramss ^ ©j?<ws« i) 

qq^iq^I -GQ. ^ — Qs^a S$©Q©|— To make a 
RanajhSinba jingling sound . 

Qil ®(©)ffl— CQ. Q W- Q®©©!) — ©®©©l — 

Ram <Jadha)nk5 War-drum. 

3«I5$1 WS^KF ( ©aGSffc, ©<3©IO — 2l©i^0 ) 

Ranadhakfc* GW— War drum. 

Ranat q;ao egj <. QOSGQ^QS©^ 6 <jl«W6Q 
'QSIqI 5 €Q $<]— I I OOI^IQ — 1. Sound- 
ing. * I Q© ©£$Q|— 2. Moving. 

Rana-tkara W5 Q[«i©©|©— 1. Jingling ortinkl- 

( ©Stgl©— 3©^ ) ing sound; clanking sound. 

v ©£©©© — $S1Q9 ) -> I qst&i ^Q — 2. Humning 

(Apte) « I €1©— 3. Sound ( generally ) 

(Apte) 

q«) ©q— a. 9 ( 9. a ' 6Q; esiei wg© ©<3 )— q§- 
Rana tan ©191© — Man o F war; warship- 

(s <aG9l©— *^a) frigate, 

3€1©Q— *. 9( fl-9. «l. )— 333 ©l©i; €9I©ISI©<£ 
Rana tarl Sja!§© QQOIflltf qQGSSQq PSiQ^i 

Si6 SP i lacrtoa— °'^QIQQ Wt— War 

Q«6Q<31 f * drums etc. g©. $ — 

q$GQ©©K3©l ©19I<©! — War trumpet. 
Q€i QS—tf. W. 1° ( 9«fl ©© )— Q« ©w ( eQ« ) 
Rana daksha Rana nipuna ( See ) 

QS Ql§— €9. S—qp^Q— Battle' field. [ Q-0O- 
Ranadanda ©|© 591 QtQ$ <faafl<|, ©IQ 
WSfa flQIQ? g$l© QS©!$ I $«« 9. 

^ijfff wiqQ©; 90 1 ] 


Qfl hflQ — ^1 Qti. qf ( 991 TO )— qQGQ «W 91 8$ 
Rana dbira — Calm during a battle; 

(Q£l£)lQ — %1) maintaining calmness during 

(eaatasi— 9) fight, gq* 9— flsjggpiqr q«f 

6£9|q ^G^*a— A title given to a heroic 

person, 

QflUQ— 3. S> ( 9^1 ©©)— OfliGQIS qjSL q§qQi aiQ 

Ranadhura ©( a^gl— The brunt of battle; the 

(Q«a«— assq^) front or van of battle (Apte), 

Ramdhwaja agaiQW 9l^© 9©I9I— Flag u»ed 
^Vf®W in war. [ Q— 9IGP S)Q QI9', 

(^tJQ— ^. %a) ©GeesiQ. fjtqfliqi 1] 

Q€1Q— ff. 9 ( €tf <4|§ + <3!Q. «© ) — V I 90 Q<| S1Q — 
Ranana 1. Jingling sound. 9 | «©; fcjg>— 

2. Sound, 
©g] ©q€l— e. Qtf. qi (9«(l ©©J— C^l q-3© ( €Q4 ) 
Rana nipuna Rana kusala ( See ) 

(Q«a^— a©i%a) (Qtf!®g«ai, Q«a#1~tf) 
(cj« ©q«i©i, Qei e^aai, «tii a^©i-^j) 

€;^l«©— ^. 9 ( 9$ ©©^)-< l IQ ai*5 q«? Wil— 

Eana niti 1 The science or art o£ war. 

J I q^GQ <3G5)I©*« ©CJQfllQ— 2. Warlike 

doctrines^ the rules of fighting. 

QS 991 -^. 9 { «. 9* eq 3 Q<sg q ag1 ) - 3913— 

Rana pakshi Falcon ( M, W^ ). 

Rasa pandita 2JQ@— Veteran in war| expert 
q^ WIW 1 -o^q ia tbe art of war - 

(Q«a|©l-flJ) (Q^iai§©s— ©; A warrior 

( M. W. ) 

q^ a^«— *• © ( w! «© )— ^ i qs «a^« W M 

Rana paddhati <SDQ — 1. Modes of warfare^ 

(£<a g^li©l— a©iqp) modes of conducting war. 
^ I Q«l GOfa©— 2. Skill in war^ 

QS01— G9. 9) <T. Q« ^ 919 )— * I ©IO© 01 9I$I 
Ranapa * ©9© e©CTI fll^OI— !• Stilts. [ Q— 

3*M ^^as> G9 oaa Q©i©J *is» e©:^, a«©i^ 

SQ«I ©tilQl G3 flS^© ea I Q8. <W3H99I l'] 
[ © — <<9I ?|* 91© Q© ^ ^§ fl 2sQ 

g«T© Q991 aiQ*«!i§?©g3iO aw i e^Q 

«106© ai^^^OQ^G© QlfcW flM 8 ! QWIQtf 


©«19|^ 


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QSI$<$ 


$©©l tiGasi G©cri 6©#f3i<i 6 ©9 99 
©s sgi© ©109 1 ] -> 1 %s§$ 3,1— 2 - a 

virago. qq. W-— TO^GOCPI 9^— 

Very tall person. 
©*Giq(<0)— Ql. §— QS9| (6©«l) 

Rana payafe) RanapS (See) 

QSlq$— 69. 9— 6CII?<3 6^ C19©I© — Name of an 
Eanapura Oriya State, [ q — s© qiqIq 

©i«g© '©tiii^© 1 PiflQQ ©©a gag <iOigq 

©ra ©q$©l$ 3© H s> ©la ©age C^IQQQ I 
g©i© ag, oiqQ Qigo ©ig©©G£i £?©iqi<ns>oo 
©«f©G© «© ©©h aiao ©q^g© ('(jaffl^ 

©©913) t « ©»©€!© SIS}© ©©Ql<3] (©Q©9. 

I©1© ^@Q ) I ] 

©tiigg oai— gq,9— Q«gs ©9©i©gq gg© %ss© q_©- 

Ranapurljatha a§> 9^ ^qq ed |© <£ €j,©Q— 
( Q^g_q! Oai^— «9i^.a ) (<Q$ 9^ll> — A pair of 
fine cloths with silk border (lower and 
upper pieces) woven in one length in the 
Ranapur state. [©-~0§3Q ^33 Si©1, 
Miqsi emi, M«9 G©ia*i, ©399 ai§9J # 
Q«9S fijai *kj « $4 i) 

©til GQ!©— 3°. -9 — ©3©^ ( QQ<a )_Ranatari (See). 
Rana pota [q>— ta©Q|& 9|$|q„ ^^©19^ ©IQQIGQ 
(«l©»ie— W. qj3) QQ1, $91, ©gj uq 0101- 
9©IQ© 6 2fi©IQQ ><]© ©IQK^a W34II& 6 
«I^Qg|a C q^© QdG9!©fli» Qg© ©$as$ 
aai ; — Battleship; cruiser; dread- 
nought^ torpedo, seaplane.] 

Q$ g©siQ©— 3°. ©til. 9! (*ril ©©)— ©^©iqia©gq>Q 

Rana pratyagata q$Ga$^6ET© «9^9I (GQrW) — 

(©til £J©*it$^ — 9©i%a) (warrior) Returned from 

(©tiifl©il©©l— aj) the battle-field, 

©<S| QICT^— S°- Q.— ^ Jj9 (G©«)~ Juddha bhtlmi 
Ranaprangana (See) . 

©e§l sfq— «r. 9«. 9."— fe^Q, ©*+sq)— W q® 
Rana priya ©Q©iq| q«9|<] — Warlike} martial; 
(©§ ©§© — «©*iqp) fond of war q\ $-<. I 
©el^i ? _.-, 8W a— 1. Falcon (Apte). 
©3©§©l J -> I q«l* 0©©GM;6©«UQQ — 

2, The fragrant root of Andropogen 

; ' Muricatus, 


Q« ff«4-G©. ©.-©%© (©©«)— 

Rani phula Raniphula (See). 

Q£(SherQQQ ©9 9©g— g©. qi©*»— g©ish ©i 99b- 

Rana(ni)phula pari jahna pardichhi, ©as© ©<§ 

f thgrfj CBfJft^l ©Qei a^g — A brilliant moonlit 

night. [© — ©til (3) €Jfi* QlflGQ €©F«t 

£PQ ^l^*,9^ ©^Q flQQQ^ «^^ 8^GQ GQG«> 

Q61Q(€4 3 Q)^l — Q<$„ Si. — V 1 eig 9*tg 91 G««SD G9IO. 
Ranaba(bha J 3a)na <Gfii G©G^1 9§i?JQI — 1. 

^5t^p5 Scattered pellmell^ strewn on all sides. 

%rcft?rc [q— qjai ait q^q^i, ^Q© w q^ a«i I 
©i^i^l— o1©] ^ t swgq -©i ^©1 awefe© 

^IftwBsr 9§ 3Q«iaGQ qig gq©9IQ 51931— 
2. The state of food being putrid and 
infested with fleas. * | 6$ai © GQIQgQI 
Sl»Sfl a| a^gi — 3. Dirty, uncleaned and 
nasty condition of a house, v | sig^qg; 
9i©9«tgj ^Q© — 4. Too much troubled} 
confused^ pellmell. [$— a© £ © Qie aiQ 
^GQftlQ^^aftl^Qg ©§ G9IQ ©ffl Q^ I 
$«?©. WIQQ©. ©|l] *I9«9^I — 

5. Afilicted} troubled, [q — G9<? aiaq 
©oi©ei, «qiq ©^ qsiqsi i ©aqia. gae©] 

Q^ ©I©!— €©. ©. (^T. ©tfl ©IQi^ — ©til 9IQ^ ( G$S1 ) 
Rana baja Rana badya ( See ) 

Q61 ©l©*l — e. 9. (fl. 8- GQ5 Q^lGQ ©«t9^?© QIQS) — 

Rana badja q$ qqqc© 9©lfl9l ©l©i— Martial 

music. 

©«l ©©11—^. s». ( fl. a. qq )—q& WH3 6Q^ S»9M|% 

Rana bidya q^ q^G® $©qq ^< — The art or 

(Stfl 31^, ©til @S3I — SO'iqa) science of war, 

©£i ^€)iq©— e. Q4i. qf (s»fll ©®)"-q<5» w«iig© ©!«- 

Rana bisSrada Expert or skilled in War. 

, (Q«l©9l©©l— %1) 

©£l 01©— 3. «til— q£>GQ QIQCSt 6©«IQ©I (GQI©I)— 
Rana bira Valiant (warrior). 

6©. ©— Gai^i^q©©^ €ja^ 9Ga<3 — 
A title given to a brave person. 
Q& 98— *. 9. (%Q©) — «©©1 %S9 q<l© ©til — 
Rana biutti War taken as a profession, 

S. ©tii-q£ SM©I© W©l— Having war 
for a profession (M. WJ 


©$i es»€i 


( 9*9* ) 


©si ©st 


©€ie©«— e. q. (''a. a. go )— gqi©i© sisssi — 

Rana besa A warrior's dress; war dress. 

©«i ©a — e. 9. ( s>s1 ©©)—*. 1 qcftMGQ a$t$ 

Rana bhanga 8©©a — !• A complete defeat in 
the battle field, y \ G§tt«w©©© £3 ©Gr- 
2 A rout. • 1 q$^ s©IQfl©I— 3. FJeeing 
away from the battle-field. y| (fqj qq) 
q§© ©Q©j ©til ©§§— 4 # Cessation 01 
hostilities^ armistice* ^. ©til . §!(©$©1q) 
— 1 I ©ti!6S$§ aQiq©— 1. Fleeing from 
the battle- fieldj fugitive, j \ Qtf,^ ©QS — 
2. Refraining from fighting. 

©<§| ©[©—9°. ©tf. ST (*tf ©©)— « q9^©6Q— 
Rana bhita Fearing battle. 

(©tii^©l— *1) «*l«|©— ©) 
©SI ©1$— G©. ©«. (*°. ©til<$©) — ©«1 SJ%( G©<a ) 
Rana bhttu Rana bbiru ( See ) 

©SI 4»4-«. W. 1* * 4'— es q$% 9SQ— 
Rana bhlru Caward enough to face battle. 

Qfil $Q— G©. 9. («- ©«l$9)— ©«$9 ( G9© ) 
Rana bhuin Rana bhGmi ( See ) 

©el ^«-a tt . 9. («l. 3. CQ )— TO Gfl«3 Q« QICTtii— 
Rana bhtlmi The seat of war ; battle-field^ 
(©«$, ©^51© — Wiq,9) acen e of war, 

©el G©©(Q> — S\ ©. (A- a. G<3> — M C9SG© QW§© 
Rana bheri(rl) §q ©I §»©j 3 Qq$— War bugle. 

©S 3^—3°. ©tf. 1° (9<A ©©) —TOSQ fll©^ 1- 
Rana matta Engrossed in fightings intoxi- 
(©$4Ql — ^1) oated with the fury of war. 

(Qti 9^\ — ©) ST. ©— 9Sfl — Elephant. 

Q ^ qq— go. 9# ( q. a. 69 ©&N©sp — TO ©Q$i w% 

: Rana mada 6 TO SQ©l TO^G© G<a|<$|© fl»S© 

qq'q! §>g| — Martial spirh^ 
intoxication of fighting- 

Q£ fl jQQ| — cq. $ — q$ qq©| 8|Q ©89$. a«l© ©©©| 
RanamSgiba -To challenge the opponent 
f* tf«*tf ^ to fi g"t. 

ggr ht«T^t (Q— G©G© 8$ © ©Q ©61 «* fliqfi I $§ff 9. 

W1QQ©. ©Q|) 

^ flitf— ». ©. (S><|1 ©©)— t I ©til eefeiO— 1* The 
Rana marga art or way of war. 3 \ (^s©) Qtii 
(©tiiaei— a©i%9) %Q ©IS— 2. War-path. 


©a 4«i— «r. 9*. 1° (©9«,8)— Q* ©Wi aicT RAJ*; 

Rana mukha ©6till© <a— Eager to fight. &. Q — 

©Wr7 wn & ^ a «»(Q8©)eai«^»©a© 

©A J-«^».%? ^-l.The>ws of 
death. ^ | ($q| ©9) ^Q ta© fllfl©l Slfl© 
SSIsfoiCQ TO Q©aio— 2. The front of 
an army while meeting the opponent; 
the front of battle; battle-front. 
• I 63Q OIC© $3» 3313 ca©aio— 
3. The brunt of fight. 

©sqai— G9. ^<a. 1° (^. ©«9«) — ^ 1 Q9g§«l©WM> 
• Ranamukhg £jQ©$— 1. Assuming a fierce 
^•IWt countenance. ^ I ©tffl^l (GQ«I ) — 
^^«rT 2. Ranamuhafi. (See) 

©aql— ^. 9-GQ10©! {% Q)— ^ 

Ranamushti ^ ; Nux Vomica. 

Q«a#l-OT. W (^. ©til«»^)— ^ I GQ ©4^9 s«9% • 
Ranamuhan W«fa rfi: g9*J«9— 1 - Proceeding or 

^ , Wft; Hfil^C* adVa^in^-to the ^el^f of battle. 

q$ 0«— «. ^> (%a© ©1 Qa9©)— 3@^sa ©^© q^ — 

Rana Jajna Battle regarded as a sacrifice. 

©€1©|Q «Q©— e©. ©— <J© q©i© g^i^ at© — 
Ranajai khajura A species of coarse paddy. 

Q£) ©l«i— 3°. 9 (*a1 ©©}— TO«W; »©Qi©— 

■Rana jatsa Expedition; marching for battle. 

Qtf ©ft -«i*. ^>®. 9! ($>31 ©©, ©^1+ QQ — QIC) — 

Ranaranfea <. | QS©!©Q3 ©aq%— 1- Fearing 

[©«QQrl— 411 t0 % ht - ? I W9 S3 ««iG©ifita— 

2. Eagerly wishing to be engaged in 

battle. [$— ©a©|g ©Qtq ®©Wl «©Q, e^- 

q<? GQ^rl ai ©QG«a© 1 ©ai©ia. ©6?- 

€©^qi 1 ] si°- 9— ^ 1 ©«©!©© 931— 1. An 

elephant unwilling to stand in the 
battle field. $ \ afi>© 3993 qaig «UIM— 

2. The part oi an elephant's face 

between the tusks, 
©til ©ON— G©. Q«. 9? 6 tf (9°, QQQ©)— Qd ©QQ1Q1G* 
Ranaranka ^©i ©aGQCJ?— Eagerly wishing 
[QQStfl— ^1] t0 ' engage in fight.;[$— ©9a ©l©t 
^T^ OIGQ qg© ©©I, «1G© G9IQ89 ©^I©© 1 ! I 
^jr^ ^^©ia. 9^1^ l] 

a Qcr— q o . © (99I©©)— ^ 1 ea^i 5i©e© q^»©o 

Rana ranga ai©Q— L A warrior's joy derived 


19*t 


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\ 




from fighting. ? | Qtf|flQ©|. QGtfl^lQ— 
2. Intoxication of or rage for fighting. 

* I (0^1 0© % ) SPQIflgO. q«^9— 3. Scene 
of battle; battle-field, * I OlQigQlQQ 
q$4?^1«— 4, Acts of fighting. [ Q— ©§ 

GQtelQ — 5, Modes of fighting. ? I (q.QQ) 

«Cf 91 Sl^l ^(?a W q-©— 6. Battle 
compared to a game 
Qg| Qo1 — «\ 9g|« q # — «. I QG61Kvi§) — 1. Intoxicated 
Ram rang! with battle-rage. 3 \ q$GQ 9«tiq<S> — 
[Q$€fcfcl(«1)— qj] 2. Engaged in fight: fight- 
ing, e. 9 — G3I§ I— "Warrior. 

• Rana rana $g Q|£ aQGeii©®!: — 1. Regret for a 
lost or stolen thing. * I C^JU — 

2. Eagerness; hankering, « | ^q^SPI — 

3. Anxiety v ( gcjQgQ gig aicf Qgeji 9| 
QQSI — 4. Longing or anxiety for some 
beloved object (M. W). * | g^g. Q,g— . 
5. Gupid. $> 1 63S5 §«!^— 6. Love. 9 | 

Q©! — 7. Desire, r | g^Q; 931-8. Gnatj 

3W3tt mosquito (Apte) e«). «-t I Q«^ 

3ra*f5T €IQ — 1. Jingling sound. [ Q — 9I.9Q €}&- 

Qd Q16©*fl 901 I qy|Q|3. • G«3<J>© I ] 

-> I 4«I*^ WRQ ftlW »— 2, Jingling 

3Wtfa ?WW^ of war weapons; 

QSt Q319— 3. § — V I ft^Qg, 9|Q*fl9G8I©Ql— 1. Re- 

Rana ranaka gret for a lost thing. -M^Qftij 

[QtflQaOl— aoi^a] 9^91—2, Anxiety ^i^g^i — 

3. Eagerness; hankering, v | qqq. g jfl 

4. Cupid. [$_ QSQfl© 98 9lQ<3, QsSS 

oqa ©£si 1 qg. Ggaqaj©^ 1 ] 

* I g«iqil9 9i§8|Q TO QQg^ 6991— 

5. Anxiety or uneasiness for one's be- 
loved object (Apte) £ | egfle©© qsj qi 
G9WI — 6. Affliction or torment due to 

love (Apte). 

«^Q8— GQ. 9 (Wq^)-^ I q^|^ ^©^©|Q-i, 

Ranarani Jingling of war-weapons. > \ 

^R^fl,*j?nmnBc a«si€)Q 434a ao— 2. jingling 

of ornaments. 


Q€lQSteO— S9. 9<n-~* I «Q §«tQ§!9GQ a©§j9l (fliq) — 
Ranarania 1. Scorching (sun's rays) } j g$ 

qifctd* 2* Completely dried up by the sun's 

ray?, 
QSIQfii— 91. 961— -QSI Q§ (C^ffl)— Ranarahu (See) 

Ranarau $9. 9— S1Q 9^ 92JQ9I q»g9Q 
3*1*1* Qa|$9Gas — A title given to a brave 

^OTIJ person. 

«« qg— s. 9^1 (9?i1 to, cjei+q$3 ea$ 0*19 £sigq 

Rana rahu g^g^ g Q g ^9 £ ^ q g9!€j ^g^ 
iQ<nqQ(§)*fl— G9. %a] 6 a*j esq qq s^q© 
^■o) — ^IQ — Warlike; heroic 5 very brave- 
valiant (person) G9. 9— ? I Gai^l— 
1. "Warrior. y \ qiQ— 2. Hero. 
Q<£! fijfll-^, 9 (fl.9. CO.)— e I q$Q Q^t^l QQQ|— 
Ranalakshmi l.The Goddess of war..? j q®qq 
agqiQ^T qchero— 2. The fortunes 
. war. 

Qseifiw— s. 9 (%ao)— QflQGflw^a asw ; gqqcisq 

Rana sajya GQiea^j q© g$Ic a^s> ©q^ - The 

battle-field compared to a bed for the 

warriors killed in battle. 

Q^OiiaiqJ-*. 9a. £• (9$fl 00 )-gqQGS«GQ <?©- 

Ranasajvasayi Killed in batttle; sleeping the 

[e<aaiq1-a»1%9] last sleep in the field of 

(Q«aoiiaiq9i, ^aaiqci— ^|) battle ^ 

Q61€199— ^. 9 ( ^1 ©£> }-q$99i|Q eig|Q|©|_ 
Rana sikshaka A teacher or trainer in the art 

of war. 

QS1 «Sl-ff. 9 (9fll ©©)— ^ I q^9^tGQ Ol^q G99I 

Rana siksha — 1-Training in the art of war, 

3 I q^9IQ — 2, The doctrines of war. • | 

QaWil— 3. The sceince or art of 

[M SSotQI)— 9 a] war, 

qsi eTcriwi)— G9. 9 («r. q«9cti)-»qq^cpi ( G9«i )— 

Rana singa(nghS) Eanasrunga ( See ) 

a« Iteri glf GQG9 «}Q9 »— qaioia. 

Q9©l9Ql I ] 
Q^)«1Q«— ^. 9— Q^ei »I»(GQ«1) 

Rana sirab Ranamukha 2, 3 (See) 

[ Q«al9— acwqa ] 

Q^CPJ-«. ^— 9^ ««^G9 9©l99l acr^qs) ^q, 
Ra^ia srunga 9q.q— Warhorn; a bugle sound- 
ed in warj war-trumpet. 


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J— s. ss— q$6© ®g$— 
Ranasagnda Skilled in war (M. W), 

Rana sranta Tired after fighting. 

Q& Q$fQ— q*. 93- (*^l ©©)— €sa£§0(€Q G<3IQ Q® 
Rana saakula QQeiK; q$ $1$ ©Ifg (gi©) — 
(a place) Where battle is raging. 

a*. 9. v 1 gqiq 49 <a§g©i q$GMQ « - fi- 
1. A part of the battlefield where 
furious fight is raging, y \ Q9® q°£J|g— 
( Q<5i STQq— 3Q1 9. %9 ) 2. Furious fighting j 
tumultuous combatj the rage of battle^ 
the thick of the fight. 

q<§j cj$i— g\ $ (*a c 1 os>3 oais. TO)—i 1 q$ sua 

Rana sajja" 2liG£|l©©5 qsW—l. Preliminary 
preparations for war ; warlike prepara- 
tions, ) \ qiQ 69fl~ 2. The warrior's 
dress. *| g^ £Q£i — 3- Battle dress; war- 
like accutrements. v | q$>l&G?©*f- 

(Q« 3§ ©— 9<a) QfllSQSl — 4. Battle array. 

-Q^lQ^iq— *t°. $ [9fl1 ®©J— q$ 99^6 « si<5>lsi ©as' 

Rana sabaya 8w£ — A nally[M. W] 

Qtil "qiQ— GQ. Q (9°. QaS«l)— q$ GQS— 
* Rana saja Martial dress. 

Q£l 9Q-9I. §>— Q©9°Q (es>a ) 

Rana sithgba Ranasimha [See] 

Rana simha q<$GS$€Q 5°Q SQ $^51 G©l€l ©&QI 
9iSj — A -valiant warrior. GQ. q — 
^ I Sf J^fllQQQ QaWGW-— 1. A title 
of some Kshatriyas > | wQ ©s§<j_ 
^SilSS 1 ! QQi^ — 2. A title given to a heroic 
and valiant person, 

•«tf S^ — ?l . ^ [fl.a.GQ]— t ISSQGS$6Q q^Q 9Q©9- 

Rana stambha %S9 GQja© ©I Q€>© §3 — 

1. A pillar raised on the battlefield as 

a monument of battle, j \ c^j g^ — 2. A 

triumphal pillar; a pillar raised as a 
memorial of victory, * | q^q q $§§, 

9^9 «©i* GgiglQ g«i — 3. War-memorial 

column, v ! qci©q qqq fl£q qcqpoi 


a^fifo 6Q«9G€Wl5 ©G©lQ— 4. Chittor 
of Rajputana in N„ W. India. 

q« go— ». $ (p$1 ©©)— qscss— 

Rapa sthala The scene of battlei battlefield- 
{ «<agi© — w<i$a ] 
Q« qisfl— ». ^ ($><g1 0% q$Q gi%ea g«^©)— a© 

Rana swam? ft© 1 — A n image of 8iba, the Lord 

QS ^ a ? Wiaa of battle- $*>. ^— q*g»Q sal© 
©GSUQ J * GQQia©— Commander-in- 

chief. 
Q£] 9°$ — S. ^-^9^ 9G9«— A kind of poetical 
Rana hatnsa composition, [ Q — <^Q gG©*iQ 
OSStflGQ aCI«|, ©Qtfl, QQ$ 6 QO^l £JI<3; 

fi. €1 I ] 

Rana qo — l. A kind of poisonous snake 1 
315TW, "fftt^l Bungarus Fasciatus, [Q — -091 
Tnr^rtq G9I©{ ©IS!^ I -09IQ GO'S'GQ^OQa (S 
QOi flOlflOl «Cf|9Q QIQ €JW I <9l€) ETtill 
©IS* I 4 q,Q 91© 9s"^ 9G9 I < Q\Q$G$k 
G«l© dlQ 9€jai< I g9(Q a§ :— Q«l,_ «3^G© 
«Q9 9^)1 6 Qtill 9I99GQ © S9 8lt QCKit I 

gq§ gq^ flaa «<5»5 o<s>iq §<a ffig 1 ] 
9 \ QGgi dlQfllQqQ ^G«iai^ SGas— 2. A 
family-title of a caste of fiorist- 
' gardeners. • | <]© gg|Q &$ n OIQQ ©|Q_ 
3. A caste of Oriya Paikas. [ q_ <\%\QQ 

Q%qcft i oaiffw flaj^ €©G©<? qq©i 0Q15 

<^ ©!§^t S9I 5JO«( QI9IQ «3qq «j^gj ff ,^ , ] 
v I flQQIQ 9G€l<a — 4, A class of Sadras. 
[ Q» — ■ <33I6© Ql^S8 4199^® ®*©GQ 9|g 

©Q^ I <3^ig© a©iia c «i €!©oiq 1 <qig© aid 

qi«* i <]fliG© ^<a 6 q^s ©q cn^ei oQigj 1 
«si€© «QS9] 1 €9. s>^ (a$i w qeer 9^5© 
€«6Qaai— ffae^i, «iq«I5 q°- 3©©^ } — 

W1 ^ I 6flfl— 1. Chief (person). ^ I S>$fl— 
^mrr 2. Idle. [ gai^Gg gq©*i s^laa 

, ^ 9sf I] 

Ranagni Battle compared to the all-devour- 
ing fire. 


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Ranagra q_$ QQ0K — The front or van of a 

battle. 
wcr-q\ 9 (941 e©)— *. I q$IS,— 

Rananga * 1. Weapon of war- 

5 i aQO—2. Sword [M. W], 

©<§i!»tf|--G9* 9— («T. QSiCFO) — Q^IIGPO (»« — 
Ranangana Ransngana (See) 

*ihr [ q— qi^ ©ie$i ©*i, ^69 Q^iier^ a*o 

'^t'TsT G9IQ BQ*I I Q&* g5>GQVI9QKI l] 

Q3IO©— -S°. 9 (^1 ©©) — SMQGMi qs»6M — 
Ranangana Battlefield; scene of battle. 

(q«i©q, qsiiw— aoiqa) 

QfilGOlOS— ST. 9. ( 9. a. GQ> Qtfl+«IG©IQH ) — q$- 
Ranatodya 9I9«i — War drum (M. W)j war- 
band. 

Q«I$9Q— 9°. 9*1. (Qtf+**$+^ *!$+«$. «$"" 
RanSntakrut GG q<& Q§© ©6©— -Making an 
end of war. 3, 9 — 9§ — Bishnu (M.W) 

Aw 

©SIIG9©— 3. 93. q.° (Qd + «6a©™©OT$ *^ ©©)— 
Ranapeta q^^ g©isp Wg— Fleeing away 
«flie»l-4l) from battle. 

©<§ii6}0i©— «r. 9 (valTOj ©« «ftaw>) - qsawi— 

Ranabhijana Military expedition. 

Q^1^G0IQ— qr. 9* (^fl 91 9Sl ©©)— Q3I6Q ©GQIC!— 

Ranabhijoga Engagement in battle? war- 

(©3lGiq§— 93) lite encounter. 

Q^llQci— ST. 9* ( 9- 0. G<3 )—K I q^lq — 1- Weapon 

Ranayudha of war. > I (9$©1§) ^%91— 

% Cock (M. W). 

qgiswcmi— e. 9— (<W3 s$© c3©*is QQ aip 2119 

RanSlankarana G9IQ 9§9I§. 6 Q§>9I^>; $Q Q°. 
Adjutant bird)— ©QT Qfll — A sort of 

beron. 

q8— 69. 9. (s. QtfiaQ-sa)— ©s? asalj qot ew— 

Rani A sort of crane or heron. 

Qgt©— ST. 9tf (Q*. »ISL— WQ59l + 9d. ©)" 

Ranita <t | «Q© — 1. Sounded. > I (Qtfl + 

^©IG&. Q©) $©©tf — 2. One who has 

fought. *•. 9. (©«ai$+q9. ©) — t i 

' &©> SQ— 1. Soundj noise, j> \ ©3©) ©3- 

<{$ 4IQ— 2. Rattling or jingling sound 

(Apte)). 


Q@9IQQ~giGQ. (a«fl)9 — ©«iq*€© GQQQ; <3©Q 
Rani paika ©q ©3(91 0IQ €>q$ alfi)Q — 

The chaukidar or watchman who keeps 
guard at dead of night and warns 

people. 

©9 ffft-G9- 9. ( s°. ««■ qs )— ©fc ©5?, 9$<a ^scr 

Rani phula ^qq| ©$JJ9I 0© Q©[© ^§98; QflffQ 
—A flower named in comparing bright 
moonlight. (gai— a© ©g qq 9Q ©Q 

a§jgi) 
QG€1©Q— 9% M. q: ( eesn-QQ ai^+otf. a )— 
Raneohard q^^9GQq<9 G9G« SI2B51 ©^91- 

Going or moving about in the field of 
bsttl 3 . go. 9-^9$ (q. q) — Eishnu 

Raneswachchha A cook (Apte). 

QGSQl — % Q - 9«. ^L". ( ©^i+Q9 ai%+©(j[. QQ ) — qs- 
RanMshl ©Q9IQ_ Q9 © —Eager for battle. 

QG^Ite^ — fl # M. q. (Pfll ©©)— qj96Q QQQ— 
Ranotkata Furious or mad in battle. 

(QG®!§$) — l)) 9*. 9 — e I 4QICJQQ 9Ga« — 
. Name of an attendant of Skanda. 
J I G?© 1 * «G€l<a (<5>€) 9a) —2. Name of a 

demon. 

QGS1I€!I@— «1°. 9. (9fl1 ©©) — QflQ 9^G© gi99©©l— 
Ranotsaha Prowess in battle, 

(Qe«iaitt— 9£i. g:QGfiii^i©ei— %]) 
Qft— 9°. 9. qr ( Qfl^ai^+©^, 9 )— e 1 6§— 

Randa 1. Crafty; cunning. ^ / a^g© — 
(q§l— %1) 2. Impious. «> J Sfl€|q ^q. Qg gog,^. 

atfGQ 91 «l9ailSflGQ gC99«Q0J»- 
3. Homeless^ houseless^ one who has 
not married. "* I QW— 4, Impotent or 
barren (person). K| aWI©|9Q*t — 5. Child- 
less. 9 I Wt© £T» ($s) — 6. Unfruitful; 
barren (tree), 9 I s§q G)S— 7. Male 
(tree). ' r I «^ofi9^Q 219^9 qg — 
8. Having a limb^ the skin of which ia 
half opened. ^ 1 ^^©—9. Armourless; 
destitute of armour, t° I ^§Q (Q. a) — 

10. Restless. ^ I qi©ICT; 9©^icr— 

11. Maimed; mutilated, q«, 9—?, | si§^ 


Q§Q 


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q©© <3>igi($1) 


C!2 — 1, A barren tree (Apte). > \ $8q$|Q 

WgiGQ 9© Qi§— 2. A person who dies 

without a male issue. 

Eandaka 1. Barren tree. ) I (<3$Q ET© $« 
©Iff) C« Oflffl; fl SIQI9 9© — 2. Salvania 
Culcullata; an aquatic plant. * I 
%°$© SGQ.^GaS — 3. Name of a Sanskrit 

metre. 

©§1 — 9°. «. ql. («9+a)— tiqffc W9k— 1. Widow. 

Rancja 2 1 G9SWI — 2. Prostitute 5 harlot. • | 

(qg, q$1— GQ. qa) MIQJ© 9©— 3. An aquatic 

plant$ Salvania Cucullata, 

Q$!Sfl1-9\ %. SL° (©§==9ff©+SISa+QQ 5 tfll. ?©)- 

Randasrami *T 9S9£[3 9SQ CTqT 6Q©Q $] 

9Q£J|<] — A widower after the age of 48 

©§,1 — W. 9. (S°* QflO — ^ I W^l— 1. Widow, 9 I 

Randi CQOT— 2. Harlot, m\ §| — 3. A woman. 

3\v& tst * i agl— 4-Wife. * i <g<\oQ§) snails 

05W&1 ©I© <!§ ©9Qs <Q§- 5. Assam silk^ 

V#, 3Tt£* Endi. £ I 3)315)91© «fj ©3QQ ©$— 

6. A cloth made of Assam silk or Endi 

• 

Q^ISEO— W. M. q°— Qgl9i© ( GQS ) 

Randia Rapdibaj ( See ) 

Q§1©IQ-G9. M. g. — (e. QfjI+ffl.gOiq ©I©) — 

Rarujibaj v | ©|q©— 1* Amorous. > \ GQflllliq — 

ilfcWft. flN^feF titanr 2. Addicted to whores; 

(««jtel©»— «fl*Q,a) whoremonger* * | qj- 

«iq§5 eC^l — 3. Addicted to female 

society. v | Qft$. 9Q%1q© — 4, Adul- 

terousj lecherous; lewd- 

QfflQIfl— W. 9,— * I Q1QQQI — 1. Amorousness* 

Randtbaji lewdness, ^ | yftQfi} Q$f$ai — 

C3\*tolift ^tWKTCt tthrrsft 2. Lechery5 adultery. 

fornication, m \ GQaSljQ©! — 3. Fondness 

for the company of Whores. 

Q«—«r. M. 9°. (Qfly!^=«l9i ©Q9i + ©$. ©)—* i 

Rata a»Qg 3 ^g 3 ag§— 1. Devoted toj atta- 

(QOI— ql) ched to. addicted to. [$ — C99 G©l 

<M$ ««9, S9GQ 9«T© f 0-,9l9,Gfl G©ISQ 

S>Q© Q3 69 I 08— Ggfl%ll€>3 l] 9 | $>q§. 

91iq© — 2. Engaged Jto. s. © — ^ ( 

( + §!©©) ©SKI; Q©> C^ao—l. Copula- 


tion; sexual intercourse. 5 l(-f-33©Q4.©) 
q$t GQS1 — 2. Anus} privities; private 
parts. m \ C9I© ( Q. a. )— 3. Female 
organ. !tf I -QCT (§. €J)— 4 Male organ , 

k I (+©$.© — cgsij g^awgei (^. a) — 

5. Lovei attachment, GP.^. — t I GOfi>- 
€qI%0; SIG9I9 965119 — 1. Amusements; 
sport. [Q— ©g3 agp 00 Q fl^ 69IQ 
QtCQ q_«ieQ S© I <3iQ9§. Q9QGSIQ l] 
5 I aQ§— 2. Attachment; devotion. 
(901— QIQ < M^GQ ^9 SJ© «a3g I) 

Rata kiia q|^|q ) — q^— Dog. (9 — $$WQ 
SIQ^ G9CQ Q^SSQ S9 ^QQQ G»i^ 

fQ^goG — aGhqa^Qoasi— il) a@ai<i qi§ n 

Q© ©©©— 7 9— (pal ©©)- $1aaa ©iogq ^Iq^- 

Rata kajita ©sq© q$QW? ei^Q fldS) y@. 

al^QlQ^ «ei©— Lascivious low murmur 

uttered by a woman during coition; 

Sonitus in Ooita 

q© q%— ^. 9. g. Q — < 5>«1 TOj Q^ 9^eQ q%)— «fll; 

Rata guru aQ — Husband 

Q© €|9— ^. Q, Gsaigi — Female organ 5 Pudendum 

Rata giuha Muliebre (M, W > 

Q9QQ— 9V Q— (9§^)— *l©5 9iqa — 

Rata jwara Crow. 

q© oiq1— 9 e . 9. 9. (q©+©i» aiqt-g©qo 6WI4- 
Ratatali q^|. qo; ifll. w) — ei ©Ifl^© 9i9> 
G$T$— 1. A liber tine^ lecherj a volup- 
tuary. ) iq^aiiQfl^© — 2, A panderer. 
whore monger m | (q^, ^|. q©4. 

©19+fil) — « I ^Sl, <j^«l— 3. A bawd, 

procuress, 

QQO-fll. 9. (aVQ?)-t I Q§ (GW)-L Ratna(See) 
Ratana [Q— SO©! ©QQ6^ 9©6G> flWl-QO© 
ms( T?W 8^1^ Q* t QaiPiei. Q|Q>Q I] -> I 6J?I©QQ 
©I© QI9I — 2. Name for calling Ratna- 
kara. * I Q$ SfcJGQ GMJ^ ©^— 3, Pre- 
eminent person, g|. Q$— Gfl^,— Ex- 
cellent; t:hief^ 

Ratana basa(sl) ' fla^QOIGQ ©©^ jaesr ^«^ 


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QqSK I ]~9ajs<$|gffl— Sweet-smiling 

(woman) 
€©9i — gi. 9. g_»— q<?i©q<3 aw?qa$ ©iq g\q— 
Rat an a Name for calling Ratnakara. 

©©©!(€©)«- 69. 9. 41 ( <?♦' QfQI^Q )-69Qi 96SS 
Ratanatne)! — Name of a popular goddess. 
©9©iq(©)Q— 3. 9 ( Q©+9I<3+© *I$=<W 9Q9| 
Ratanan(ra)cha + ff^a*a; Q©+Qig05 0§£1§) 
— « I q©$Q — L Dag. j | 9|S©99 — 2. 
Cupid. «> | §q,^ ; ft^ Qsg— 3 - A lecherj 
a libertine; a voluptuary, * I Q©§6J9j 
Q9SIG©?Q— 4. Ravisber. * | £© GQ©J 
§1©9tQj 93 ©.5. Lascivious murmur of a 
lady in rapture during sexual 
congress. 
©© ©cj— *. 9 (9$s1§ )— 48©effll; ©©Q9I9I as)— 
Rata nidhi The wagtail bird. 

QOGI— 69. 9— Q?9Sq ©I9QIP— A. name for 

Ratani calling Ratnamani. 

Q© ©©— S. 9 (9fl1©^) — ^ I ©fltf— 1. Sexual 

Rata bandha intercourse ( M.W. }. ? \ ©q^l 

Q$9I WqGQ QQ QQ 2i9g©— 2. Different 

pcses during sexual congress. 

©991©7-*.M.V (©«> + ©©; i«U©)—<> I cray* - 

Rataban 1, Satisfied; pleased ( M. W, ). 

(S99©1— 4») ^ J <L«1- 2. Happy ( M. W, ). 

3© 96€IS — ST, 9 <9$<?©£> )-«9« SS^G9 a9fifcj© 

Rata bisesha OTQQ 2)9§© — The various 

kinds of sexual union (M-W.\ 

Q© §tf — *. 9. Q° { 9^0, 9© + 3««=fl© ; QQgig 
Ratabrsna 'CflicqrQCCGGft^fflCqg $«)— q®Q- 
!Q©ai^l— flOT^ ©©©till, QoaiqQ— ql) Dog. 

Q© 3I9Q— 3.9$1. qf ( ©95l8 ) — S£VK?II— 
Rata manasa Having a delighted mind. 

Q© ©9—69. M ( S. ©§ )— l I «IG§IQ^ ( g& )— 
Rata rata 1. ( the sun ) About to set. 

9 I GS<a 6©Qg9l ( W )— 2. [ the day ] 
About to end. [ q— ©$qq $»p £ 0Q _ 

40 G9« «£©©, GQI3I4 fl©9GQ Ci9IG> $CfQ 

QQ I ■ 'ETCIQGfll©©. ClfitfW] I 69. 9— 

TOW 1 I (q&6) cegl^ a^ai— 1. The state 

^?rc<T of the sun immediatel before setting. 

9 I 9©I9SI©5 ft«W©gi©9l9— 2. The time 

,juet before sunset. 


Q©«© 69QI— 69. 3 ( sp* 9gf qgcr QS )~ 
Ratarata heba ©®| SI19QI — About to set, §9, 

to^« wi 9 (90 91 €90 ©gf gea qg)~ §§>9i© 

*ma $ftt «QmQ$© WI93' — Time just before 

( sunset ). [ gGCjta— 9G Q©Q© €9Q«t 

«9^ll© qflMi Q©9 5 *|& q©Q9 G9GQ® = 

^ a§|06Q|<}4| G9G£l^ (The sun is 

about to set ) ] 

Ratarddhika a )— * | 993— 1. Day, ^ 1 

SLOW— 2. A pleasure-bath; bathing for 
pleasure. * 1 a^acrft; taoeoif 49399 
Q§9 fl«©^[; tBIOg919 fllGTRi ©9*1—3. The 
a gg re gate of 8 auspicious objects. 
[ aai— 9i§^ G% ao, sig, q©^ aoo^ f 
©O 6 Q.li 

9Q!^QG9— 9 #< 9. |>«, 93!, ©QQ3, 9«*»o 
a,©, Sfif 6 «QlQ I ] ^ I ^Qe_q, ^ a a, 
?sg© 6 qq, <^ «iO€fli§ gi©GQ flfiha^o© 
Gft©©^ q§ ««,— 4. A horse with aus- 
picious white patches on eight parts of 

its body. 

QOeiiql— tf. 9.9! (©©^Qsei+sl ai9 + ©§. qo) — 

Ratasayl (©©aiq «=^1) q© Q— Dog. 

99 ©^9—9°. 9- 9! ( Q©+9$4fe%=»aTO QQ9I4- 

Ratabincjaka ©$, 2J9) — 1 I fiijj-j-l. Lechery 

adulterer. 9 i $9$$; Q\<% «Q@IQ9 9i^ 

—2- One who carries off women for 

violating thern; a seducer of women 

(M-W.) ^ I 9©ieiQQ?9 41 ©«I«I©IQ© 9fg 

— 3. A ravisher. 

©91(f)— 69. 9 (s. «g 9sim)-^ 1 qiq.Q©iQi^| Gas 6 

Rata(tta) €|«© «g|Q aa©©1 9&—1. A kind 

t^lfe 5 Tf'®? of scaleless fish5 Clarius Raktak, 
3 I 3«9 9©9Ga^> fl«Q Q§IQ699I Gqci- 
9G€1^— 2. A kind of rosy discoloration 
of the face. * I ( ?. Q© ) taqg — 3. 
Attachment, [Q— 9«IW ^ g]©| fla ©Ql 
Q9I 51^ GS— 9«. €$69939919 i ] 
69. 9^1 — &<»$%} n ^% — Devoted toj 
attached to. [ Q— 6$©^fllQiaQ 4Q4l 

9©©i, 99/ m g©q *§#$ qca q©i — 

CM. G^G9'31€19©ia I ] SU 9« W. ©QI9J- 


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«S©495fy— Red. [ Q — QQQ QQlflQ 

©!§$9I Q©| QlIT, QQg fllQIgQ G©I©©Q aftl 

©l9— flflSKr©. §SlaQQ|g I ] 

Ratanta The end of sexual enjoyment, 

(g©i^si© — siQ^qa) 

"Q©IG©— 3. © ( ©§tf §5 ©© + «£J©«-€Cf©; Q© 
Ratanduka QiW* ecfQqq,e )— q©Q— 

The dog. 

Q©l©1 — ff. ©— qgWOIj %$§)— 

Ratandhrl Fog; mist, 

Q©| 5f9l— OT.9— «p c iig€90i — 
Rata burdiba Time of sunset. 

©oifl©— s. 9 (©§©1% o©+afl<5-gjql9Q. ©o si©i 

Ratamardda gggQ mc $ aGt J—^q^q— 

(QOIQQI— %1) The'dog. 

•©©I SI?— 91GQ (C196IO) 9. (e. ©gl©49§©l)— $s© 
Ratamati ©l£ra©69Sq fllf— Soil with a 

*\P\r$ srtfe 5IT5T fog* redish colour. 

©©laiQQljG©^©. (».©§; ^fllg qq^G© 8$g|GiaQ 
Ratamariba Q§fl|)— qrfiig G©$$!©| W3. w 

( ©ft ©©I g|Q9l, ^ QOI 3IQ©|— BQi^a ) qqq© 

€§©l — The time when the sua is setting. 

ct.§— v 1 (qsi ©qi «o ©*©$©)— agioeai- 

©« GWI; $©W $a$3 ©Q©l— l,(The sun) 
About to set.it> I (9© ©sfqefip ©1©J©). 
99QIQ Q0©fl 6WI— i, (The day) About 

to close. 

^Ifctf-N.M. qr— (^©9+fl,*)— 1 l S3 g^j- 

Ratanmhan G©Gft fl$^ *^ g ©©ai«— 1, Having 

Ctl^t^ll a frowning or scowling face a ^ 1 

^TOSECT* Ga s ?IQ©lft v -2, A person who is out- 

(©©ictf — q1) wardly meek but is very wicked „ 

« I €©!0© WQ Q*% — 3. A person of an 

angry temper. * I eaqT q^q ^ q WJ 

G«iaG© «S§~4, With a countenance 

red with anger. 

$©iqca— *•. e*3l— (©$^9, «©+«^o = gflft +fi j)— . 

Ratayan] G©€W-— Harlotj whore* prostitute. 

©©I©q— *\ ©— (?$ ©©J— Q© S^IQ a©5|— The 
Ratarambha beginning or commencement of 

sexual congress, (M. W). 


0©iah— «•• w. tf-(Q©+«tf+o©; isi. <•©.)— * 1 

Ratarthi c39©!0©l§1 — 1. Libidinsuai longing 
for copulation, j \ Q!fl©— 2, Lustful; 
(q©\§j SI— %i) laecivioas; wanton* 

QOIfiW— g«©9*(i3l©g©) £• W.— StfJ^Sa 4.9 © 
Ratalia g|Q «^| 6Q«tti39l [9©]— Looking red- 
dish on account, of not being dried up 
completely (said of balls of corn-paste), 

[gesjiQ—©©* Q©i©a G9iQ§ i] 

©©139— q». ©<a. g— [^| ©©] — ©|g©— 
Ratasakta Lascivious; libidinous. 

©©—9°. 9 $-(©3 v ai^=.«l9» ©Q9l+$p t Q)—<L I 
Rati ^i—l. Playj sport, j \ m%>, "tO^fl- 
2. Attachment; passion^ fondness. * | 
glQj Q^ICjj 685*^^3. Love. [ q — <<5j 
acriQ Q3Q gi^jl ^J9 aes 1] v 1 gs^l^— 
4. Pleasure; delight; satisfaction, x I 
QS^qeqig. cfe©— 5. Copulation, sexual 
enjoyment. l^— W K ©W«»6Q q© 91 
G?9© g$£jl Qg^SGQ Q«& Qfi) t.^ G9IY ^ 
QQI^G© ^ ? ^ Q|fe G9IQSI© I (Q©Q* 
S^-3) l] 9 I WI6Q9— 6- Privities. $> I 
( + ©4.©)— ©ISlGQQQr a?l-7. The wife of 
God Cupid, [s>-<i to g£>ia Qsr gaq]Q^ 
• ©0*"© GWI ©ffsl («. «.) <9|? go] g<5i ft 
^Q^OlQIffSGQ Qdl^© G9©l%eQ©IGTO6© A 

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a92l © ©$SiGS> 6 QG« S|»91 g^ifl ^sc^ ©qj 
G95l^ ©|£? gscr 9©©l G9€fi5 I €J€)QQ ^g 

egiQQ g^ %1qr g^GQ iqqosi gqi^ ai^Q 

©|©l] r | sq.©; go©— 8.TJmon 3 

conjunction, [gj — G g GSIQlW ©Gtil ©Q© 

©«, GQ Q© fi5G«5 ©3 ^GQ 1 ©««ftld. 

Q09©. I ] « I Qps^ ^3 qq ^«— 

^. Sexual pleasure (Apte). ^» I (+ 

«W©«. ©) Gfl© — 10. Pudenda (Apte). 

^^. I OC? 7 ©© ^q ©S1Q ©|fl— 11. Name of 

the 6th digit of the moon ( Apte ). 

€©. © (ST. Q§©l; Q% Q^©i)— V I ^IET»- 

1. A red berry < usfed as goldsmiths' 

weight); Abrus Preeatorius. 9 I ©qo><© 

<OT«)— 2. Ratiphala ^See). * I 6©©q 


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©©«— g©. a- 

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€IQ0ftil©G83 — 3, A standard weight 
(- 2£ grains of English weight) [ gj — 
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[<<£— e. ©©="*.« 39!) e 99l=r ©©; v ©© 

=- * a © i] v i (qmi&) TO.aiflioiaQfo ©§.- 
4-. (figurative) A very little quantity of 
a thing. * i *l© «£<^9©fl\£l — 5. A very 
little quantity. [Q— ©Q©Q $©i G©JQ, 
Q© ©©© QQOI G)$| G©© — ©©%fi\ ©$H 

cite i J 

■«. I 4© ©QSII^ 6»©GQ V Q© — 
1- One rati or 4 grains only # 

; I (qs«) a© qiqi©i aewwffqi— 

2. (figurative) Very slight) a particle of 

[aai— goi ©s]|6qq©<9q ©I©] * I a© 

gigKMGQ— 3 * Yery slightly. [ q— 

9©<i ea s» $©©i g©i$q — ©8. wis ©§ig 
©©©©— <w !(QO+9^+e$. «)— e ia©o©i$- 

Ratikara 1. Giving pleasure (Apte), ^ | egg 

[©©©<31— 3,1] $Ca — 2. Enamoured; being in 

love [M. W. ] 3. ©— gq|^ ©g$IS— 

Name of a particular Samadhj 

[ M. W. ] 
Q©©Q— S. «. $1 [©©©Q+$l. SflJ — 2JQGq^S€(<3 — 
Ratikara Name of an Ap aar g *r;\£ B yyi 

Q« ©©91— 6©. 5— e3ej» ©©©I— 
Rati kariba* To copulate. 

©€>©$— ». 9 (©©+©% %a©)— $1gL§<aqrQ G?ao. 

Rati karma qa ©!©S— The act of coition or 

«©$Si l l«iQ M oa - - copulation: sexual inter- 
©QfllQl J " course, 

Q© QfiM— 9. ©[%9©3 Q©+9ftl]— ©©©©«|| — The art 

Rati kala or science of copulation; sexual 

science. 6©. 9- Sfl — %1e ©2tg©| gig — 

A name given to females. 

©©©IP1~ ST. M. qr (©©+©l9© 5 K*\. *9)— © flC «© . 

Ratikami ©|g© — Amorous) libidinous* 

(6©©|SI, QS1S , QCI© ©— 3©*<qQ ) soliciting coi- 

(©©©iSsi— 4) * tion, 

(©©©I3GJ, QW—QGCC9H) 


Q© %80— 9°. ©31 . 9! (9fl1 ©©)— ©93 §£jlS© 91 «©- 
Rati kusala SI^GQ 9§-— Skilful in coition) 

(QQqaQI— qj) versed in sexual science. 

(©aq^aaoi, ©SeStao-©) 

Q© %©Q — «°. © ( fl. 0. 6Q )— 3lG0!©— Frmale 
Rati kuhara organ*, the vulva; vagina- 

(c©©^, ©?©a©, ©3©a©l — toi^s) 
©€> ggi®(q)— g©. ©.— (sr.QS^I^i)— qS ©# (go®)— 

Rati khexgada) Rati karma (See) 

QQ $©— *. © (q. g. G<a)—V I ©©%©© (6©«) — 
Raii gruha 1. Ratikuhara. (See) j | ©©©q©Q) 

©Q 9^^| ^1 qs^assQ ©©«1©l ea^ g?GQ 

©© ©9® ?»©«I^JI §<1— 2, A room where a 
€© G©qJ couple copulate. <n | «lQi- 

fl©Q — 2. A pleasure house c (Apte). *» | 

G9OTq9— ^- A brothel (See) 

©© ^cft— «r. ©tfi. 5° (*^i ©© v )— siq©5 ©Q9^f9iq 

Rati khiona a^qq — Fatigued by excessive 
(QQ^fall — 3|1) sexul enjoyment) languid oa 
©©^IS) i account of excessive co- 

e©Q|@S tao^qa— habitation. 

©©Ql^l [Q§3W — 9G€»gt] 

Q© G€*Q — 3. © (fl. 9. €Q)— Q©€^l»©© 2l©q|© q| 
Rati kheda 01© — Langour due to sexual 

[ Q©5'Sk ^©01^, QOflfl, QOfllg— TO1%0) enjoy- 
ment 

Q© €©^1-9°. © (Pfll ©Q)— ©^GO^I) Qfl^l g^ 1 ^. 
Rati cheshta ©©y s«»gcfQ 6 2BQ9Q© ©^ — 

[©©Goqo-a©^] [aai— nQ&j, oq,^, q^- 
©« a©, ©Qfii©©, aaiu<j^, SQQO©) — 
Acts preliminary to and done in the 
course of sexual congress (e, g. embrac- 
ing, kissing^ scratching with the 
finger-nails and teeth^ patting on 
different limbs to excite passion, cast- 
ing amorous glances^ assuming differ- 
ent suggestive postures, pressing of 
the woman's breast.) 
Q© Gq©-€Q. © (S. £§£©?©)— ©© G©f© (e©«) 

Rati chora Rati chaura. 

Q© G^Q— G©' © (q°. Q©G©7aS)— qg g«iq. cqq gl© 

Rati chori ©I ©© — Secret love. 

««c«W [q— <J^ ^ssj ei©© ai©iq, qqq ©©siqg© 

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[q©©*9 — a©»i%a] Gofchmq,©^ 1 © 9© 

9©6©f& ) 96©— 

9©©<19©l £q39I09 9633*1] 2. A ravisher. 
9S©l<iSi J I 

©9t-^9°. M. sp (qS + «. a|§ + 9$.. a)— U 9© 
Ratijna 9<gGQQ 3Q& — !• Skilled in the art of 
[9©^— $|] sexual intercourse. > I 6g9 QSaGQ 
[99©0I— 9] «©@< — 2, Skilled in Ihe art of 

love. (M. W). 

Q® Q!9 -S. 9. (^ ©©) — ^ i 69l«§ 9i£% 69Sff- 
Ratidana. <L«i 6991; S99I99QS [§— 9MQO©! 
QSl ^_g« I aj g^aq, 9Q 91© ©Q9I G*IQ0|<l] 

9Q9I — $1 J . 1. Cohabitation; sexual inter- 

course^ granting a person the pleasure 
of sexual enjoyment (said .of a woman 
a ifi relation to a man and vice versa.) 
9 I &QQ €$qi9©— 2. Giving of pleasure 

to a person. 

9©Ql©9Q©l-69.,$ — < 195^*99? ^ g <** 
RatidSna kariba q$ Q$a ©991% 39M 6991— 
sfarft ^lt To let a person cohabit with 
ffa 3T* WW ($9 6991— «©*%9) one's selt 

Qgj ^©— m°. 9. q; ($41 9©)— fl«?(l 6 gst^a* s&icq 
Rati dtiti 9'9I9 919© — Love-messenger. 

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Ratinaga 9a$.8«9S 9* fe— QI9©qL©l99l Q§ 
91 9* $!$ ©I© Wfl 9Q9I— 9©9«<3]]— 
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tures described in the standard Sans- 
krit works : on coition) in which the 

partners press their thighs against 
each other. [Q-**^© 9a$© <$©ais© 

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passion (personified as a Deity). 

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©ossi — asnqa) (©©ag ©1, q© ggai, q© 

©©g«ai — $1) 

QQ9Q©q — 3.9— ©§©iQ ©Otf — Frequent repetition 

Rati paricbaya of sexual enjoyment (M. W ) 

©© ai€i — s.q-m ©w flW ©§e 6^193©^ 9as^ <]©©«— 

Rati p5sa l.One of the postures during coition. 

'(Qcaiao— aoiq.8) [5— <i t ©$$Q q^^oiogq q$» 
qo -913 ©ifl^© qm1% 8I90 qg© 1 091© 

©QQ© ©©©I© ©$]— 5 I ©»Q ©QQ ©O 

©IGS 90© $Q 91©$. $33 ®3 919 9^ 
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ture in coition. 
Q@flKfol— 9. 9.— («L 9. GQ; Q© ©«3© gia©l)— 
Rati prarthana ©I0|$Q ggpQ <gj|q. ©$y ©|g|§q 

'- ©6 gfoVr*q? | ©i©l©qq^«^l©©Q©iaio' 

. ©©giefel— ^lj "• «C0^— Solicitation made 

to a man by a woman or vies versa, for 

l satisfaction, of one's Inst, 


©© §q— s. ©a. q_\— (©$^9) ©w©} «««3q— . 

Rati priya Amorous; lecherous - , fond of sexual 

(©©'^l— ^) (©© a^©l— ©) intercourse. 

^ q._ (9q1 ©©J ©19©©©; a©©— Cupid. 

©© gl©— s. 9. (99) ©rac©9©r <$© ql g© 6 al© — ■ 

Rati priti Rati (coition) and Priti (love), the 
two wives of God Cupid CM- W)i coition 

and love personified. 

©Sero— «r. w— (©^a,9) ©o^i* Qqt9©— Produc- 

Rati phaja tive of sexual pleasure (M. W). 

g©. © <©3©iq uara q^— 

^"W^i^flRTl The canna plantj the 

H^rar, i%5?T3T Indian shot5Canna Indicaj 

eri — ^*Q£T©QI Canna Indicum. [© — <Q 

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Rati barddhana(ka) Increasing love (M.W) 
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Rati bidy a Ratiiastra [See] 

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Rati bhoga Sexual enjoyment (M.Wj 

RatimaBjaritri] Name of a'Sanskrit wort 

on the erotic science. 

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Tha ever youthful ahd ; ravishinu' 

heavenly nyinphs of 'the court of 

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Rati mitra postures assumed during coition. 

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Rati ranga Various modes of coition. 

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lascivfousness; venereal passion^ sexua] 

inclination 

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Ratna kanda^a Coral. 

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gems. 

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Ratnapura > | G99 QGQ'S — 2. Name of a 

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gj^qSQ 991 GO|f<i giQQ-4j. Ratanpur^ ai 
town in the Central Provinces of India. 

6)<$ q^Q— «°. $. (6^91©)— <©S©lQ «W €!©— A 
Ratna purusha kind of medicinal plant, 

©© @©ai— %\ 9— ©©.©flfe a^OI— An image made, 
Ratna pratima of gems, [q— Q@ fl §©5(1^ 9q<l| 

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QW©— a°.««. («© rt +flq+«)— ©©, 9 ^ 'Sqqg— 

Ratnaprabha (©^Q©— ^|) Glittering like gem. 


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ftatnaprabba brightness or lustre of gems, 

3 I Gi?»9KW3 QQQ $533 — 2. Name of 
a bell of the Jaioas. 

Rataa prasu 1. Bringing forth gem s# >l <3£<S}IQ 

(«§g^fl— «G1%9) OT^el (tf)— 2 - Bringing 
forth worthy children. g.Q. %| -Q«L9Q; 

qpjqi — The earth. 

Q<§ gg©-3.«?a--«.l (*fll OCjQ^QqQ— 1. Produced- 

Ratna prasuta irom jewels. j\ (Q^^QS^HJIOO 

'2. Producing gems. 

Ratnabata 9ITOISQ Qff© Q5Q £*IGQ GSQQ 

Q\QQ G>QI£1^Q «GQ ^91 QQ 92 — Name 
of a baaian tree mentioned in the 
Ma]ikS where it is foretold that the 
devotees will assemble. |~q — <j$l 

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q§ ©8o— e. © (fl.a.ea)— qqwij q^q^oti^I — 

Ratna banik Jeweller; a trader in gems. 

Q^Sl— ?. P.- %1" q^— The earth. e«>. 9. ql — 

Ratnabati ^iGQWQ fflfl — A name given to 

women. 

Ratnaban Having gems; full of gems. 

Q9 Q<S© — 3. 9S>— GQ S«g Qei QGQ — Showering 
Ratna barshu&a ' gems. 3, Q— qg© Q2J* 

QG^QST «a— The car of: the Hindu's 

God of wealth. 
Q<3$8— *. 9 (fl. 9.GQ.)— fl^io — 

Ratna bruksha Coral- 
Q§ GQQ(<3I) — 3. 9 — G}g«l£>© 99 — Ad altar decked 
Ratna bedi(dj) with jewels. ( q— g^g qgai 

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Batna mandita SQQf© — Set or adorned with 
(Qgflisj©!— *1] gems. 


Q<gsq— s. Q<a— t. |.Qg«©0— 1* Set with gems. 

RatDamaya J | Mflfy Q<g<}iq 0©l — 2. Made 

( Q^qal _*| > of gems, • I Qgflj— 3. Full of 

gems, 

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Ratna malaUD A string of gems. 

Ratna mukhya <&§— Diamond. 

qq go 91— 3*. 9 (fl.a.€Q) - Q§«i0s> a»<a^— 

Ratna mudrika A ring set with gems 

Q?qQ-?r. 9. (?$ W)— G§ qo9— A collection 
Ratna raji of gems. 

Ratnarat 1. Chief amongst gems; the best 

amongst jewels- J [ SlIlQi — 2. Ruby, 

Q^QCr-Q . 9.— Q«> a €>«© SQftClr— An image of 

Ratna linga Siba made of gems. 

Ratna sanu 69% QQ5 ^51% 9^© —The mytho- 
logical golden mountain to the north 
ci the Himalayas [gj— 9$GQ ©§f 

CSeoaawra 1] 

Ratna simhasana * A throne set with gems. 

go. 9-sas flaJGQ ea^ GQ«? Qasa gqq- 

Q3<5» 3 a © aia§— A» alter inside a tem- 
ple where the image is set up. 
QQ3— Q\ W. — Q«» fl g^(GG>eO — Ratnapraali (See^ 
Ratnasu Q°. Q.— Q©ct4(3 *Jfl^~ Ttie earth. 

Q99iQ— ^°. ^* (fl- Q. 6Q) — W rt gg«MM— A string 
Ratna hara of gems, 

Cj<3l€l — GO. 0-— QSWQj GOyi ^GS^a— Name of a 
Ratnaj popular Goddess, 

Q*519Q— Sr\ 9. (^1 «©^— ^ ! gPQ— ITThe ocean. 
Ratnakara > | $© fl Q «§— 2. A mine of gems. 

3. The name of sage Balmiki (author 
of the Ramayana) before he became a 

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Wl. Name oi each of the 7 volumes 
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PitSmbara, Dasa. 

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Baladeba Ratha Kabisarjya. 

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Ratnanka t, i ^ sj Qgi — 1. Name of Bishnu'a 

car. ^ | (g, g. ^fl) 6;©) 9Q ©Q— - 

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fl^©%Q9 Q& QQ§^€I — 2, A high heap o£ 

gems dedicated to be given away as 

gift. 

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Ratna bali gems. 9 I Q© G^«fl-2., A row off pearls. 

«l (oifl)Q5ig© 9© rt 1— 3, Name of a qneea 

v I gf)9Qgs1© ©iiigeeGag— 4. Name of a 

drama by post Sriharsha. * f Q|©,fo. 

91© 9G€i<3— 5. A figure of speech^ 

RatnSbharana Jewelleryj ornaments set with 

[©o^iQqrte— aoi^a] gemg! 

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Ratni oq «?3 0«f o ftq, 5 Jk ?ierQ« {, Linear 

[_EJSJ© rt — Hjgsqaj measure consisting of a length 

from the elbow to the end of the closed 

fist. J I 301; flj- 2, Closed fist. 

Q£9€l — e. ©. (fq]©©)— %6©©— Tha Hindus' God 

Ratnesa (©e^©— «©iQ.9) of wealth. 

QG^IQ^— GQ. 9.— (©I5»)— q©©9«l<il© f ©|QQ* ^. 

Ratnodadhi W*l]QqQ q_©€l]Q qgOIQIQ— The 

name of the library of the celebrated 

ancient University of Najanda. 

Q©iGM.Q.--(fl.a.e<3)— *l tfCQI©— 1. Female organ. 

Ratyanga vagina. J | ^ SiGr— -2. Male 

organ; penis. 


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Hatha 9§£l|g> — 1 . Wheeled conveyance e.g. 
cart; carriage, 2 I g^Q© — 2'. Car. **\ 
q<^ s3(© — 3. A conveyance used in war$ 
war chariot, v | q\<$z — 4 Any con- 
veyance! vehicle. # | q^q — 5. Body. 

? I 89; OQS - 6 Leg. 9 | «9£p— 7- 
Limb; member of the body, r | G©©9 
$9— 8, Canej ratanj Calamus Rotung, 

i I QS<3j ©§S 9S3 ©|§© Qg— 9, A tim- 
ber tree$ Ougenia Dalbergioides. 

? o | ©QG©©9; ©!9!Q — 10. A species of • 
ratan growing near water. ^ \ ©gQ$ 

8G9I©— 1L The Asoka tree, t/ | g$Q 

©flQieijOQQo 6iTOU?«Q , q?G©<iQG& aQ 1 - 
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12. Car used in conveying the idols at 
Purij Bhubaneswar and other places. 

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Brahtnanas. *\ g^^ ©ig — 2. A nam e 

given to males. 

Qa©— 3. s>— GW9©©© a°a©G«gsi ©105 goqatoq 

Ratbaka Qgt©— The upper dome-like half of a 

temple. 

Qa om(o>ii)— e. 9 ($^1o©)— ©aGgtfil— 

Ratha katya(dya) A row of cars. 

QaO(Ol)Q— ff. ©— t I Qa©fl©|©|QQ©— 1, Artisan 
Eathaka(ka)ra who builds the car- 5 | Qgj- 
©S©t©G©Q©l© — 2. A caste of carpenters 

who build cars- 

Qa s&jfl— *• 9 -9iea— 

Ratha kutumbi Charioteer. 

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3$lG> tilS— "Obscene songs sung by tbe 
drivers of the religious cars during their 

dragging. 

Qa q£— s°. s> -«wq 6 ago qsi ©9^ Qawig qg, 

Batba gupti gift — A recess made inside the 

oar for the rider's self protection and 

for depositing weapons. 

Q3 Q#— S. S> — S. I Q2Q Q9— l- Tbe wheel of a 
Batha chakra car. j \ qq — 2. Wheel. » I 

( QSQQei — Wm^J ) ©$Qt© asl— 3. The 

ruddy goose. 

Ratha chaja(le)iba W«J_ <aGq€>© 9§ Q3Q. 

?<*( 5t*Tte W =5r55Rr c|Q© qqs?I — To drive a car, 

Qfl G6QI— €Q. © — i I Qa aQ Q§91— 1. A car 

Ratha chaliba being in motion. [ ^— Qgj qgg> 

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3^1 Sqcflo I ] ■> I ( qgsia' ) qqqqq swiq 

CTMfff flflefewi— 2. (figurative) Being able 

to walk and move about. [ 03!— <]!J© 

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Qa q«9—s. p. %T (^1 oo)— qiQg — 

Ratha chalaka Charioteer^ driver of a car, 

Qa qfio— 9. §— siQ^qca qaGQ <a3q<?i w^ 

Ratha chalana ©afe ©q Qejq qg© QQQl— * 

Driving of a chariot, 

Qa fciSQi— w. ^ — «© oqqi aiQ* Qaq_ 6^iqqi— * 

r Ratha taniba To draw a car. 

Qa © — «. 9 t«. 0. G<3, QO + 5^=983 <©|Q qiogq 
Ratha dru Qa ©€fi€l WQq<wS^«WI 91 QlftecQ- 
A timber-tree used in making carsj 
Ougenia Dalbergioides. 

Rathantara a)— <. | swjg—l. Charioteer. > \ 
fflfl GWQ Sieil 9GSS— 2. Name of a 
portion cf the Sama Beda. 
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Qa Ql§Q|— 60. ! 5 s — QQ QRIQQI (€Q«l) 

Rath bahiba Ratha ch&l§iba- (See) 

Qa^l— 69. Qtfl — (ff. QaQl90) QSQ ^QO — 
Rathabuha Driving of a car. 

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• Ratha bega speed of a oar. 

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Ratha bhoga aa© GQC!— Offerings made to the 

tif$& Wft*tttt 1S|9 Deity while on the car. 

Qa QIQ— GO. Q— QaQKI ( G<5>3 )— Rathajatra 
Ratha jata (^ee). 

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QS9 — 1. The car festival of Puri; the 

ceremony of taking the Deieties Jagan- 

nath, Balabhadra and Subhadra in 

3 cars to their garden bouse5 the 

Gunujicha festival, [ ^— ^S3Q Qa3|^| 
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oiq«ii©<( ^Qcrfl^Q si ©a qiril €©«©!«© 
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cait-o g§2 gqq§ ^ga tae i] 
Qa 0^1- gq. p— ©craw ^a^ gq«©i ai©" 

Ratha jatri atg©l 81^1 — 

^^Tl^t Pilgrims visiting the car 

rwuft festival. 

Qaq©-«.Q. (©a+q.© ai^+©| ©^©ag© a© mi. w) 
Batha juk QIQg— Charioteer; driver of a car. 

Qfl QQ©I— GQ. 9. (QS«!a*) — 1 I QflQ «©Q ©§©«! — 
Ratha rahiba 1. The stoppage of a moving car. 
3ft ^5f ^ , «?rt ^ I { QMia ) ©l«?©T 6S!< €)?3© 

^i^fjiRT ©©Q!^©| ©Ifcfi ©Q©[^ «gq G?©l— 
(Qa © ©©9I 7 — a©^9) 2. (figurative) Loss of 
Q& ©QQ?I I activity due to old age, 

Q3 %ifl1-^. © — e C©a© fllft©— 1. The owner of a 

Ratha swami car. 3 \ QQICQ'a ^i§3 Qal— 2. The 

passenger of a car. *| g|Q{jj — 

3. ChariGteer. 
Qai— GQ. ©, (^. ©a1)— ©fl1; 'Si© g^— 

Ratha A hero. 

Qaicr— ?. 9, ( ©a© Mr,^l©©)— * 1 QaQ o$— 

Rathanga^l,*The wheel of a car, 3 | q^. ©g — 
2. Wheel. • | o«9l© 99]— 3. The ruddy 
goose. (Q— i|«— jQflgG© GQS«%©aiCi 
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li Spganama G|9|Q)— ©qa Qfll — 

The ruddy goose. 

QaiO-Qlsl-S- 9. ( QSiCr-qp/oo^QlScQ SI9IQ3 
Rathafiga pani 9^g)=*o^9|3j 9S — 

A name of Bishmi. 

Qfliff 3ao— 3,9 (9%) ©©)— ©q« <£ ©6©$ asl^sj— 

Rathanga rnithuna A couple of ruddy goose. 
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<«aicrt— a. ©> g_° (Q£'icr+Q©; wi. v©.>— v I ©«a©i 

Rathangl $% — 1. A name of Bisimu. 

;? I q§ ©19© flG©tas — 
2. Name of a rare herb. * l | ©$©§©1 
( m ) — 3. Dahi dahika (See ) (©S>$£ 

9€Q^$ Q»©i%3) 
Qai^9— *. § — QSI©© ( 6©<31 ) 

Rathandaka Ratharbhaka ( See ) 

©ai$Q— e 9 — (©a+a$Q)— *> I a©* Qa— l. An- 

Rathantara other car. J I ©^ 91 §§!©© 9©9" 

9G£1SQ ©19—2. Name of a day of Brahma, 

©ai9eq©<a— «. 9— (+5il ©© ) - ©a%6<&i©©i— 

Rathabarohana Alighting from tbe ca r . 

(ta»G5RH-W. V) 
^ai€) — S. 9—^ I G©©$ 9Q— 1. The oane creeperj 
Rathabhra Calamus Rotang. 2 I ©» Otf- 
(Qal9$3 — «ffi%9) —2. A soft of reed 

Ratharuijha, Having ridden on a car; 

(Sai^pl— qD riding a car. 

©aisqQa— e. 9— (s>fli ©©)— sa qqq^ qo ©9qi» 

Ratharohana Qdl ©©"©I— Riding on a chariot. 

©aieqq— *. 9. qr— ^ 1 es ©ae© ©©ai<i— 

Rathaiohi 1. One who rides a car ; tbe 
{Qai6§9*fl— $1) passenger of a car. 5 I 5213101 

— 2. The owner of a car 

€jaiGQ$ moi— ». 9— aetf gsq eaoi qsqq ©© q$ 

RathSrohi senS ©^SJG^-^An army 

fighting from cars. [© — as^ q^i© 
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QaN© — ST. 9— <S>Sl ©©)— ®9,cja — 
Ratbarbhaka A small car. 


©ai^-<j. 9— (^1 ©©)— Qa' «iSqi GQ191— 

RathSswa Horses drawing a chariot. 

Q3©(©,Q)-*.9.§_*. (Qa + QQ } Q©5 qq)-vi oeflj «aiq$> 

Ratbika(na,ra) GfiilQl— 1. A warrior fighting 

[QQQrfOl.q)— %\] from a car. 9\ QaiGQR! "©1^— 

2. A person riding a car. *» I Qaiisfl— 

3. The master or owner of a car, 

Q?l©l«l — GQ. 9— ggM «9«© «l*4 £]tfl— Name of 

RathijSma a village in Pari. [ $ — 4 g|pQ 

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Q2ll — 7. 9. e ( QQ +Q©3 wi. ^^ )— t 1 Qaiq© 
Rathi e^iQ q_Q qqqi £S|Q| — 1; A. warrior 
fighting from a car. ) \ Qa3l?fl| Qah 
gg<g 9«fQ — 2„ A person who rides on 
a car; passeDger of a car. * 1 q|Q^ 
—3. Charioteer. GQ. Q-1 I QQq^si-— 
3. A hero. 3\ Q^aeQ© — 2. A strong 

person 
Q6aiQ©l -«T. 9. <— <«W«iaq $§^SSg— Name 
Rathoddhata of a metre of 11 syllables. 

QOTiag— e.e— (?4 ©® v >Qa+6$aa)— giQgs) 9%$>— 

Rathopastha The seat on the car for a driver. 

©as— «p. Qa (QS+3)-Qa q»«|^ — Relating to 

Rathya a car. SK 9— t I Qfi^-1. Horse 

drawing a car. 5 | Qa|°a— 2. Part or 

limb of a car. « | Qei©$ —3. The 

wheel of a car. 
Qaii— Q°. 9. — (©a+Q+a) — ^ t qq qg^ — 
Rathya 1. A oollection of cars. 

> 1 g©Qa 3 ©a qiq qiqqi q« qgi— 2. a 

road ior oars s highway. «>| 9Q *■ Q§|; 

ea; «9© — 3. Road, v | gicr^ q^q — 

4*. A square; courtyard. 

Rathya bahl ag© — Wayfarer^ a person using 

[Qa«ll©l9"3l— ql] a road. 

Q© (ai%)— «^.— <- I G«5© ©§©|—1. To pierce. j | 

Rad (root) qa^ ©Q9I; Qjd ©QQI— 2, To divide- 

* I eri^Qb ©Q©l— 3 f To splits to tear, 

* 1 3©© ©Q?l— 4. To dig. * I $©$1© 

©Q9l;Q«I9$>l; Q9l?^i— 5 " To root Outi 

to uproot. 


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Rad(dd) 9IQ 99* $(Jfl «9Q a©^'©} «$©} Q9»- 
QQtfl— Cancellation (of an order)} 
setting aside; overruling} abrogation; 
abolition, GS>G9. 93 — 999§§©} «§©- 
Cancelled; repealed; abrogated; res- 
cinded} overruled. 

QQ(©^) ©(«)9(©>— G$S9. 9.— («. *9©9)— VI Q§© 
Kad(dd) ka(kha)d(dd) gojj^Q atf© G©7s§ Q«C|Q 
W v Vf t 3* Wl «iGfil©9l— l. Thorough discussion* 
*5 ^ higgling and haggling. 5 l ©Q 9©©'— 

2. Argument. 

QQ(©)©©9| — €9. 9- — Q©9Ql 2JG9Q *I9$I9 99^9$] 

Rad(dda) karibS «G9S 09^ »©lfl1 ©991} 99© 

©Q9I} 319© ©§9|— To cancel;to repeal Or 

overrule} to set aside; to nullify^ to 

rescind. [ Q— -0 9Q9I99 «WQ-£rQ9» 

©$99 ai£ ©© G99 qq I qai©iei> 99919 i] 
■q© wi©— g$G9. 9. (m.)— flqMKwrcwr aa©GQ 

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9919 9t Q^9 6991 9GQ Q© 9919$ 3^9 
©9 9K3Q §©£}9I9 9IS© ' 9991 ©919 — 
A rejoinder; a counter-reply or statement 
made by a plaintiff to meet the first 
written statement of a defendant 
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India, [q — aG9 33931© 9©«)€9 ©ffil? 
«I9I©©GQ 3«€P 9|<3 a©9 913© ©q^Q, 
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Ead badalaQi) 3WOT ««K<d 1, Change. 

y I 9919 9£9^0— 2. Exchange. 


9© G9©l— 69. 4— C9fel€ OG9Q 999^1 OG9€J9!$| 

"Bad heba <a$ © G99I — To be nullified or over- 

3*f ^6^1 ruled: to be set asicle or cancelled. 

qq— <j. 9"(9Q s ai^+©Q«l. «; 919191© G©fa9 9gq, 

Kada G99 ©QfilK)— V I ©$$©!$» 939 — 1. Tooth 

> I ( +$9 a ) 99«9; 99©«9) «$9— 

2. Splitting} tearing} dividing, 

Q©8©— S. 9 ( Q9=9I$+QQ ai^—OfiTO ©QQI + 

Radachchhada ©(§. a. 3191 91^^ GQIOlQ 

aw I )— 9^99; aaQ} 60— Lips. 

Q989©— ^. 9 (*^1 «© v )— 60— Lips, [q— 

Radachchhadana 9999^] 919©^ Q$Q WQ^®, 

19GT 99»9©j QI9 ©99 I 9». Gafl^l©^ I ] 

9©9 — G9. 9<S ( ffl. 99 )— ( 91£rief© ) 99} 9©— 

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Q99— ST. 9 (Q9 ai^+99^1.a©)— ^ I 99; 9$; 9l<*r 

Radana l.Tooth. ^ I (+q9.«©)«99-2 k Digging 

* I €$©<3Q9— 3. Uprooting, v | Gg^p, 

fll^Q — 4. Tearing; splitting. 

99©89— 3. 9 (99©+S9 al$=-G«3i91Q9i + Q§ .a)-- 

Radanachchhada aaQ; 6% — Lips. 

9991^9—3°. 9—6^ — Lips. [ Q— flc!^ fldQ q^ 

Kadangmbara aa© ©G€IIQ99 999I^Q I ©99^. 

©Gfll^WI^ fl. eila 1 ] 
99fl— Q\9. q? ( Q99+Q9} ^1- *9 )— 9^1} 93I— 

Radani (Q99S1 — ^1) Elephant. 

QQ 99— Q. 9 ( ^q) ©O )*-9<^a3) ©Q— Trace of 
Rada pada biting by teeth, [q — 9I3Q G9 
6€^ 99 89, 99*^69 .Mfl^ «liG99 I ©ft. 

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Rada basa 0R9G9, €)1§9 9|§" 9^G9 I S£r1© I ] 
Q9l(©l)— G<?€9. 9. (**. 99^=9^935 ©© G99I)— 
Rada(dda) * | G©l9^0^f© a©| — 1. A vigorous 
<W ^fT push. J \QQ\ a©|— 2. A push by 
Wt the neck, «n [ ©|£ q| «|§g 399 ^a 91 

^^T §9 — 3. One layer or course in masonry 

work. (i3£j! — €iQl<] Qi£ I) 

991 G9©1— G9. « — e I Q9I AIQ9I ( €93 ) 
Rada deba 1. Rada mariba ( See ) 

*IW umt 2 I ©Iff ©a© 91©" ^a €991—2. To 
*^T ^flf put successive layers of a wall,, 


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QQI <3l€jQI— €9. 2— G<Sf4l9 QH^q C«(Q V 9^0 a$l 
RadS maribS cqqi — >To give or deal a push 
^ft C*pe*t; Wt TftT T^T 35HRT to a. person. 

[SOI a©l(€©)«Qf, QQI «ai(6fl)Q9l— TO^ ] 

qq(4) — 6$GQ. M. ( «• «1 )— * I «w (^)— 
Radi(ddi) 1. Inferior (article). J | Sm©9IQQ 
aft aGSIiai; a9q©9i£<|-- 2. Unfit for use, * I 
^t OQ; $<?<$•— 3. Damaged j spoiled. 

$3> 0199— 69. 9— WPWMSi '©Id© — 
Radi kagaja Waste paper. 

*^ SET«T3T 5110 ao go Q 

Q0(O)€IIOI— G$SQ. 9 ( 6M ) — G0Q QGQ Q<? 91 

Radi(ddi)kh5na «IO|Q€liO ««WI© QSIIS1W— 

3^tW <^1^MI A lumber room. 

QQ 9§G>l — 69. ^ — v | aQio^ie^ -G9IQ QOQf — 

Radi parxiiba" 1. To become useless, s I (eg 

(Q9 69QI — a«^,g) a^QisaMgq qq eg) asa 

*ft Wit *^ efcri €991—2. To become unfit. 

QQ— ff.M (Qa at$=a<ai© qqqi +©£©)— v l aoi© 

Raddba gig. a<?©— «1. Wounded. > | flQSg 

(Q^l — d) —2. Injured. 

«WW— e. m. y ( Qa *!%+©•, ^ gq ^qi. vq ) — 

Raddha ^ i atCHQOlg — 1. Striking) hurting. 

(Q®1— g,1) j | gQ©|QQ — 2, Hurtfulj injurious, 

®W(ai§) — flr— ^ | ciqio QQQI— 1. To hurt; to 

Radh (root) to strike. 3 I SQ* GQQI — 

2. To injure. * | q§<% q$q|; qaiai GQQIj 

W) WK 3. To complete, to finish; to 

accomplish, v j oQ G99I — 4. To be 

right; or just or correct. * I 8|Q QQQI 

—5. To cook, to mature. 

Q^O— ff. W.5L"(Q»-aiSt+0rf.0)-«.l flQgg-l. Injured. 
Radhita y \ s©q$J; aiQ©— 2. Injured; 

(CKIOI— tf) hurt. 

Q$l©l— *. W* V ( Qa ai%f$; <^l. W)— <■ I 

Radhita 9$©ig]-— 1. Injuring > | aM©Q|g} 

(Q3#l — <JI) — 2. Hurting^ wounding. «n| a©^j- 

©IQQ — 3. Injurious, harmful. 

Q©— G<>GQ. 9 ( Q*. Q© ) — 3CQ^ 6<5©0§)efiG© $Q- 
Ran 9|<ae€j G0|©l GQLQ^I QIO * S§ (wicket) 
3t=T 9!UGQ ©11$^ a§ Gffl$3QI £«©!©«€) «©2IQ 

**T QQ© — Run ( in cricket ). 


Q©GISt — SIGQ i fl«VMQ } §-©9 ©1$.©— 
Ran-ghatS Bat flying fox, 

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Ran-ja (root) RaBja root ( S^e ) 

Ran-bha (root) To sound. 

Qff® - 6?G0. Q • ( Q°. QW v ) — 9IO ©Oft fljfll^ 
Ranar £9l@ ^^ ©^ g|p^ a«M $Q^ 3^%. 
^t3 Q^€> QQ {fa 1 Q|Q 9QGIQ 8IQQ— Postal 

TJTC ^TfT runner. 

Q9i — giGQ ( d$m ) 9 ( V ai«»G« V S5©iQ«a )— 

Rana Q^| ( qis ) — A kind of serpent. 

Ranti ^91 —1 . Sport. 5 I ^GfllQ— % 

Amusements, • i aiQQ-*i. Pleasure. 

tf I ©QQ— 4. Cessation, q°, q^i — ^ \ 

QflfilOig— 1- Cohabiting^ pleasing. ^ | 

■@19(9IQ! —2. Sporting. 

q^ 6QQ- g°.Q( Qg)*®l9Mg S3 GQ9> Q&il )— 

Ranti deba ^| Wj-1. Bishnu. .> | affW9; q»l- 

«!«?© GQ9i? 9^ og^alq G>8Q oem— 

2. Name of a king of the ancient lunar 

dynasty of India. [ 5—^ '$€ig_Q J qjqq 

g^i^ qg«GQ 9|ia G^iQ«ig I odta ff^a 
Q6lG99e«I§ a^l Wq M €WJ«>Q Q^eqaa 
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Gailf©^ q&i&i ( aia^©Q e»I^Q o^ ) got 
gqq G^IQ^IQ l] *i SL?*? — 3 The d ^g. 

Rantu 1. Road. J I G>qi — 2. River; steam. 

Q8I©80--G9. W. V (*■ 9 ® ai^?)—»t I ea GQ?<s§ 

HanthSlia Qp«j 9fQ0! g|Q* Q| «a(QQI 9IQ* ^liqQ 

(QffiQl — %]) G9IQ 0Q§ 9QM5 §QQ'J— 

^1^ 1 . Eagerly groping after anything 

<?r or food restlessly. / \ G9 Qtl^fii 9| 

ai^Q G9IQ 91© €319 ^>q GQf«9 89i&^ 

Q^§ 8QW— 2. Searching or groping for 

a thing with the hands or feet, * | CQ 

^@© «1<3— * 3. Eagerly eating or devour- 
ing the food (said of a famished person), 


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Ranthali pakS(ke)iba Ql CIIQ 1 !^ QQ§ 01 — 
#|I>T 1. To grope after a thing or food with 

SEtQfflT, JTCFtT eagerness. 5 | 9©gQI ©g^ a© 

Qg<?J > ap^qa 2. To grope after a lost 

0S>9S?i(SQ)Q9I1 or missing thing. 

• I 607d§ aiff<j Sg a«>IQ9i— 3. To tho- 
roughly stir or agitate a place. 

Qg|S> €901— GQ. §,— G<3I© C9«ij GQlsQ <?g 
RanthSli heba GQQOiGQ «s Q^Q §Q©I O 0IQ 
WW* $F5?t QQfj G901 — To grope after a thing 
gS^f in the dark. 

(fiff G90I— ao^,a) 

Q®_G?GQ. Q. (0°. «Wj-aiOOQ 9 W GOQ| 
Rand QGO€HGQ $ftQl s %Q — A. watchman's 
^•^ round or turn of watching. 

Rand gasta GWI9IQ* ' 99QQIQQ Qfla— 

tfftwra -^ roun( ^ °* visit D y a watchman 

QQ 9$ 9QQ1— 6Q. S— al««Q Q9q $991 -To make 
Rand gasta kariba a round ( said of a watoh- 

tf-WW** 'W 31 man - 

J (qq coot, «<a.oa«i, oq aiaoi— «oi%a) 

Randa 9«*10ICi <?G?RQ a* 9GSS— A carpen- 
^tift ter's plane. LQ— e«lf <3 aq«IOIQ C>9_G$IS 
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Q9l(Gfc)QQI— GO. $ — Wl 9W ®»°$L «fl€>» TO 
R»ndB^nde)iba GSQ9I— To plane. 

aM Wl, *M iM. *W ^ m*ar (^stht) 

(QOl OQ01, QOI GOfiOl, QGI «Q9I— BOT%8) 
*W»I QS0I-G9- 3-MI W 0IO4 ©S« OQOI— 
Randa ghashiba To polish a wood by the 
3i*fT*m ^sfaim Piane. 

Qffl QOQ" GQ. 0—001 fl ^ e€ * OiV?© AM ^913 QS- 
Randa patara Plane-iron. 

SM *lt^t *WCT <m (QQI9I® — «0*Q9) 

QQQI-GO. S— OQl 9W OlO^flflgpOl €>©« OQOh- 
Randiba To plane a piece of wood. 


Qg-SL 0. W. Q®)— Q® ( G9« ) 
Sandra 3$ Randhra ( See ) 

Qsifl— flics (wags) «. ^-q^i) qisoi— 

Randh-ni A female cook 

Q$Q— ■*. q. (Qy ai^_=-3iai© QQ9i + g$.«q)— 

Randhaka g© OIQ«— Injurious. 

QS>ai— G9. 9-(«T. Q««»)V I §®$h Q90-1- The a °t 
Xandhan* of cocking, ^l (ttfl^QQ) €*«G©ISP 
UW ; TJ^t f fT ^l^ — 2 - ^ ood cooked by a person. 

Randhana Cooking; boiling or dressing a 

thing over fire. 
Q0QOQO1— CQ. 5— QWI3 9 l ft 0Q9I— 
Randhana kariba To cook. 

q^,q gel— 3. q — ^^10913 qwi oiai — 
Randhana karma Cookiagj cookery. 

Randhanakari Cook, 

qso q®-«. q— qioqiqi; w^aio^ G^G*aQ <ao. 

Randhana giuha GQ9 QQ— Cooking room; 

kitchen) cuisine 

(Q9Q8IQI, QTOI«I«, Q^QIQSJ— ^0^%p) 

Q©(«)«— SlW. (9W«a) ^.d. (qp-9- ^ a ®^ _ ^°> 
Randha(ndh)ni Q B a«l — d)— Q« als ai©Oi — 

(Q«©a, €^©«— q?) A female cook, 

Randha(ndh)nj gadhua QI8QL Q^IGQ^IO 0Q§) — 

(Q««l Qlcj« GVa— «W1%9) WIO PSIOI^i^l G^Q 3 

Q«T» QldHI GQfii— Time of the morning 

between 7 and 9 A. M # 

Randhanlya " Fit to the cooked* 

Q©1-W. 9. (ff.W»)- «TOi q««|— Cooking 
Racdha eQ- 9Vl.-«GGQ QIO oq WW" 
?'W kNrt ^ Cooked. 

Q@i(Gfc)Q0i— GQ. $.— W^l 3q'0 $®9 % 9 7 
Randha(ndhe)iba Causative of Randhiba^ 

Randhaghara «flt^ «**« : Kitchen^ 


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Randha jarda qqqi g©q— Castor oil prepared 
St^fec^^iaiSOT^taRte by boiling. 

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<i©l «?920 GQR— 6<5>. Q— fl^ Q^eB e«S)> ff^trcieii 
Randha" uardia tela 1 , g§>S)Qq^ ©»*€Q TOO QQ 
*W*filOT»ia5aT ©SBQ ggaiQ^! £©£j — Cocoanut 
SffSSlgSlT •tfteEHSJT $<& oil prepared by boiling 
(Q$l G§)Sfl9|Qg! — aoiqs) the juice pressed from 

cocoanut kernel. 

Randha pa]i Q^^i S>SG$ 9§>^i 91© —Turn of 
StaWtsft tra^tareit cooking meals of a 

particular member of the family, 

Q©IQ9I— G9. S> (q^OQ)— V I aalQ qqqi 6 
Randha banjb.5 8QQQg<3 Qg)Q| §£H — 1. Act of 
3tafal3l cooking and serving meals. 9 \ 
^ql? 3% Q®K§ ( 6Q«l ) —2. Randharandhi 

( See ) 

«o>IQ© — GQ. Q ( 9WQ ) ( 3°. Q«© )~ Sft 9iSQI3 
Eandharandhi q§>9ij BSftlQ €}W Ql& — Act of 
?fttetsrij *rW3tf%> sW^tlTl cooking meal. 

Randhita Cooked. 

0©— 9°. § (QS al§=$l9! QQQI + Q&^G^OT; Q9+ 
Randhra & ai§=a|QS1 QQQI+ Q($.a) — ^ I Qeil; 

©Q ; cQ c ; «|$— 1. Hole; fissure; rent; 

aperture. [ <q> — W GQ^GQ i^Q Vo f 

6 iIq ?» f GMi<f Qfc^g 1 sen— gflgo-Q 

qs?i+« 039 — t* $ 6 $|£© a^Qi -> go 
+ e ci^ga -= v^n 1 1 ] ? 1 q^ sqq — 

2, Chasm; cavity. *> | qg . G9£— 

3. The belly, vi^.^; GQISi; QQ 
(««SnW)-4. Faultj defect (e.g. idle- 
ness ). * 1 ( G9«j|£<g ) flQO!% r«l 310; 
©aQ21Q 5 QIQQglQ— 5. (astrology) The 

8th mansion from one's Lagna* 

Q® 9^—q°. $ — «i» s^Q© era? qo— 

Randhra kanta A medicinal plant. 
<»,»-«•. M ( G91WW )— QCIQ a^q glQGQ a*©i 
Eandhra gata GC893S) W9Ma& ( g$ )— 


f ( astrology.) ( a planet) Situate on 
J"the 8th^mansion from Jthe Lagna of a 

person. 

Q^a© 'a©— ffTe (GMe«)— O mq «w 31QGQ 

Randhragata sani Q9§© G9IQSJQI a©€)9 — 

1. (astrology) The position of Saturn 
! getting into the 8th mansion from the 

point where the moon was at a person's 
nativity ( the most critical point in a 
man's life). [ <g> — <9IG9GQ qs^OGt i ] 
> \ nQ& 91 «©9iai {jC^aQCjl — 2. The state 
of impending or unavoidable death- 


Randhra barnsa QIQ51— A kind of bamboo. 

Q^Qftj-^.Qffl.a. GQ 5 Q©©!^ ^5^; 0^ + ^S =©q«) 
Randhra babhru 9€©; p^I — Rat; mouse, 

Q®IQ««© — e. 9 (^%1 ©^) — ©<W6C««; GQ©9 G<5>l« 
Randhraaweshana s>l *f G«ll©fflSl9l — Searching 

( Q<yG^1- M. g. ) for the faults or defects 

of a person. 

Rap (root) To speak. 

QSQS — GQ. a ( WOTOOQtfl )-U G^Sftj GQ9GQ 
Rap-rap G9IQQWI 3I§_6 ^§^qq.giQ9l 91 g^Q| 
^5f^T5Tt <3©IQ— 1. Scratching a ringworm. 

2. Itching, ( GS1I— Gfli 699 «9 «a 

G9^S I ). 

Q9S— e?G9. 9 ( ffJ. Q9\; Q9 V )— t I flffc Qfl^l— 

Rapat 1. Walkingj a round. -^ | £[Q<?- 

wSot?o ^^j ae§q — 2. Tcii. « j sqmi?i— 

ftc^J. fi?te 3. Habit. c^G9. 9. ( Q°. 

aGQia^ )— «. i ©eaitj 9?^ «^qq— 

1. Report. ? | ©9q|<5;q g^Q ® 9j _ 

2. Revenue payable to Government for 

a Zamindari 

Qa^QQQI-GQ. «-V| Qg ©qs>| ; 9^^1-1. To 

Rapat kariba walk; to make a round p 5 | 

QQQ^9€^?I — 2. To submit a report, 

3*ltN^1, 3»fr,Jltt1 ^I^SU [ QE» .fflClQ!— a«^9 j 


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Q8(er)9lS>— GS>G9.9 (ffl. OT ©G> - 99i G9QS1, Q3G)— 
Rapa(pha)tani 1 I W9sl ae^SHSji 9lStell6a 

TC.&ift' 2. Export; sending of goods to a 
foreigD country. ) \ 6Qjs§ 
•ao^q.9 aiwq^ cisoj Qflioi — 2. Going 
or starting from a place. 

[msiqi©— sag©] g?G9. m. ( ai )— swsqi 

qifitellGfl G2Q& (QQ«i)— Exported. 

-991(01)© qg$\ — w # §- 96^a%8di<i gsqs 9§QI— 

Rapta(phta)ni kariba T export goods, 

Raph (root) 1. To go; to move, j | Qa 9Q9I — 

2. To kill. 

-Q€fl — G?GQ. 9. (£Tl) — V I QQI9Q €>f|Q 91 saQEllQGQ 

Kapha Q]q|og| — 1. Amicable settlement of a 

3*1 dispute. 5 I SQQGIQ 9s^l^ — 2. Compromise 

*qrJT of a suit, w | 99ICQ 6 <3!«Q fl^G®, ©99IQ 

G9£j a» g^G^ $Qq$r 9^ s§a fllafsi — 

3. Amicable settlement of dues between 
the payer and the payee, "tf | £93 
«lfll°9l— 4. Final decision. * | qgig — 
5- Finis5 completion^ end. $> | gG©**Q 

soi §qgq ei<?R €i^ oft eaio aio* Gflfe6Q 

ffl© ?I9I «5)G^l!Q §g|Q <£££ go'. ©9Qig 
ef?9 PI© QIQC — 6. A statement of 

account of rent due from a tenant for 
ail his holdings, <ai€9.(<a§28»)9-0 , IQ9!— 

Broad hoe* 
Q£rl €$2D($>i)§Q 91©— C9.9— QfflQIQ Qt»3<^9l9(€9«)- 
Rapha ua(wa)sil baki Raphadad uasilbaki.(See) 

9€TI QQ9I— 69. 9— 99IQQ 9! a^^liQ q1g|°g| qqqi— 
Rapha karibS To settle a dispute or claim or 

wt-^d *^r ^wr due. 

■99n«1— 3iG9 (qsi) 9— qg 6 GSJiQaiGQ <oggiQ qy- 
. Rapha tanki g^ ; ^q^qiq gygsj qi sig«j|£j gsj| 

J>9; G36J ©9§. 99! ©Qgiql wlqea 9i<n 

9151$ €1991 Q§ 09 q ©qicj, qqi qgcp 

Qffl 9Q«Q§— A class of resumed 

rent-free tenure in Pari and Khnrda. 


QffltfJtolQ — @l€9. (qso ^ — Qeri Nlf^Q a*|9ISj— 
Rapha tankidar The- holder of a Raphatanki 

tenure. 

Qeriogf qs\ ©18— 69. 99©©-aia.ca W9si © 9Q 

RaphStbaun lapha nahin 9919SJ SHG9I9GQ 

4*plW« ^l^o *k ffl§ QQ9I§ «R9ffQ— ft is 

*7K!%aWT*r^f profitable to have a matter 

amicably settled rather than to fight out 

a case. 

Q9I 98(g)— G?€Q. 9 (£TI- Qffl 6 Q B . ©§)— QQ^ 
Rapha dikri(gri) age? q©GQ G^tQ^QI 09 — 
^ptfe^l ^'Krfesft' Compromise decree. 

QfflQffl— GVGQ. 9 ( g§©Q; £fl )— « I CffiaVft 
Raphadahpa 9flfl|°Q:— 1, Binal amicable settle- 
W'Ff^t ment or decision. ^ | Qffl QCfl (G90) — 
<<M4<M 2. Dap ha rapha. ( See ) Q^s — Qlw # 3« — 

Finally settled, 

Q£TIQS)«I9— e$S9,Q(Q , i)--8*aaiGP ?!Q93I4 eiSdll fliJQQ 
Rapha darakhasta fllfll°9| «Q a^jfii©^ G^^ 

S^ttRWfa ?:^T?5'^R3 , Q«^ ©^llQG99t ^0S> S2GQ^g- 
(Q01 9Q«1§ — QI^m) e-fl — Compromise petition 

filed by parties in court 

Qffi qiq-s?€9. § (eri> g©€iefl)— Qsrt G^iQS^l 9«q- 
Raphfidad Amicably settled matter. 

wt^r wtwft e?69. Q€. — ^ 1 c;eri ©q saiQgQi— 

1. Amicably settled; compromised. 

.(Ml— QSiS^QQ' QfflQIQflSQ < AQ99I ©^ 

Q£ri<3 ^ I «-^»fl G9<3 I) 5 I QO-f^«te- 

WI9I^(«) f ^ 2. Relating to 

compromise* 

Qffi qiq 6ja3c^©i©-e"5e9. 9 (eti)— 26©w s©iq 

Raphadad uasil baki e^ Clft G^IQ q|q gf 

GfllS QQ. ©I QSGQ €9^§iQl ©4 paiQ QQi9| 

A , consolidated statement of the 

account of rent due to a tenant for 

all his holdings. 

Qffl SQOI — 69. $ ( *l©0 fl9IO»Si 9@Q1 9IOi )— 

Raphadeba gefaQ <>sgQ G9^ dlflj«g| QQ 

WtWWl ^KT^lT, f5^T ©I9I«^Q$ G9q% fl^ 

QQQl—Tp ^release a person from a 

liability or debt by settling the dues he 

has to pay. 

QGTieifll -G?G9. Q (ffl> — «. I Q«jqaflQr «iaC9 QPI9 

Raphanama ©l^gp© Q9— 1. Deed of compro- 

^^■RW W»WflT mise, [$ — QG9©9QG€> CH»7 


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9iliGG QQWOft QffMfll— QaiQIfl. 39l€> i ] 

5 I €J£Ti QQSIg — 2- A. petition of compro- 
mise, 

QffiQiai ©Qaift(a)— g3sq. © ($©§»)— -Qtri qq<si33 

RaphanamS darakhasta(sa) 63gi 9Q<aigGQ 

wtnw *nwte ?^rwtw ^raT«cr QQSjasa? siaGQ 
aeaiglGQ «8flf«u gqiqotq s$ to gs*sii 

69IQ WWOSQ 9I«I0 $<l— Compromise 
petition filed in court. 

Rapba mutabak According to the terms of a 
WlCTtetOTP <tt»lj|d l fo > compromise. 

Qff~G$G9. Q [«]— 9» mQQ Q@$.9i EAS^L^I $8 
Raphu 3(3Q OW1 — Darning of a hole or rift, 
fi^ TO, *$ in a cloth. e?G9. 93— V I W»- 
<j aijeQiai- 1. Unsuccessful, J 9 i aqg,; 
aq©©— 2. Defeated? vanquished. 
QeP©(Q)Q— G^GQ. 9 [en] — G3Q Q1Q 91 OlQQQ ©Or 
Raphuka(ga)ra 9<3,I9Q QQ^QI oisqqoi^SI §QQ 

9SQ — Darner. 

€}tf «€JQI— 69. §~^ I fi$51lQ©§i$L9l ETISq 5§9I— 
Raphu kariba 1, To darn a hole in a cloth, 

2. Raphu banaiba (See) 

Qff 9»|(GQ)Q9I— 69.§~ e. I 9q§Q€)9! — !• To defeat 

Raphu bana(ne)iba or vanquish a person. 

*?^3t %$WTRT > I a^ooia*) 9qQs>i— 

2. To cause a person to be unsuccessful, 

QffQ©Q|— GO- -9 — 1 I a^QGIs&i 6991 — 
Raphu baniba 1. To meet with failure. 
W^Sf > I aqg 699i — 2, To be vanquished. 

QS(dj%) — *.— V I §9 QQ9I— 1. To make a sound. 
Rab(root) > \ QflQ 9Q91— 2. To go-, to move, 

QQ— e. 9. (Q9 % *!$+«£. *)— * ' ^©3 ^19} £19— 
Raba 1. Sound. j | cfliftqiQ— 2. Noise, 
«T.- GI9, TO19 3 &99, ffl I TOQ— 3, Roaring. 

Wsfa, §)$©> MO, *. Voicej call. 

*hqq, aiq^ 9$9 3 q9 

Rabana 1. Making a sound,. j| 99^1 — 


2. Bell metal. *> | GQlSfi— 3 - Cuckoo- 
v l €J3* — 4. Camel. * | ciq^q— 5. Ass. 
S. 9€1 — ^1 SITOIQQ-— 1. Sounding} 
resonant; sonorus. ^ | Qfl — 2. Sharps 
shrill, « I Q%Q— 3. Restless, * 1 q§— 
4. Warm} hot, * | Q€J- a|G$ — 

5. Jestive; jocular. 

QQ2I— s. 9. (w ai^+Qsj.aa) — 69ieo — 

Rabatha Cuckoo. 

6M$I— 6*?G9 .9(Erfl--* I ®92l — 1. Condition} state. 
Rabay$ y I 69€I9IG> Sl«€l© «i9§l 91 QS9I — 
«TOJt 2. Condition of thingB} state of things., 
?^qr circumstances, m \ ©q^i^ sjoq^i— 

3* Conduct, 

QQQ — G^69. 9* (Q*. WQ QlO©5 GQffS^ 6 OIQ 
Rabar Q|$ QOIQQI SIQ Q^® Q9€$g eraser) — 
?Rfil <IOTQIQ Q2Q ^JOIj aifit ^SdGQ aQgia^' 

^3t ^< — India rubber. 

OIS* I ©I9KJi QQiq©© S^^IGQ QQ«!Q flf,. 
^S)> QI9Q OO, «SQ €1 |§lQ 05, €IQ QI^Q OQ 
6 69IQJ WO 0101 SQt«Q 9i99l^ TOIflfllO 
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€fill?<l S^lff ^i^gi^GQ £JQ«© G91Q^g I ] 

Rabar gachha ©^91 <]© q^>jq 9$ sicjsej qg— . 
^^ ^ India rubber tree, 

$S dlGl^j €lg^ ©QGSi ©8% WQCWI Q3' 
9I9IGQ; ( QSQ Oia^lndia rubber tree 
Fiona Elastica). 

(€1QQ g|q = Caoutchouc, Siphonia t 
Elastica^ Hevea Caoutchouc), 

(€19Q giqsssGuttapercha^ Ieonandra 

Gutta). 
9QAIQ Q9Q C18SJ ^ QqaiQ 3S0Q Q9Q 

to9I^ «q ai^as 1 ] 

QQQ 69J9I-G9 9 -99ISQ 9|S ff GQ99I 9IQ S|© 
Rabar jots <*$3©IQ GaiOl — 
^^ b? ^t t3«^TT India rubbst shoes. 


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Rabar tayar &GQ\$ 6 G$Q ©l§>© ©©© a©$GQ 

«ra? fcftta G©*ia©l Q©QQ a§a — 

WC JWK Rubber tyre. 

0©Q v ©»(£)) — €©. ©-QQQ6© Qg© QQ— India- 
Rabar nala(Ii) ^ 5T*T CSfT^t Hsft rubber tube. 

©QR— G?G©. ©. (Q Q . ©©)— <. I G©?5 31919% €«(©! 
Rabal G9IQ *■§©! aei© «!$g|© — 1. Rubblejbrash. 

tt^ war, tfW GtW 9. <Q°. ©©Q v )— ©9© — 

India-rubber. 

©Qfi* v GQIQQ — G©.©.(Q.©$+G©'M) — ©©1 GQIQQ— 

Rabal koila &t*r *OTl ^ra^n^l^I^i^TT) Rubble- 
coal. 

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Raba ©|G1£| ©l©iS3©i — 1. A kind of guitar. (Q-Q©! 

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C^rs 2. Conduct »| «©1|3 — 3- Habit, *| q|$i^© 

<3{gi^4). Circumstances happening at 

a time, « I ©S©1© a©gl — 5. State of 
things; circumstances. 

€5©l(fil,*l)9l (QOW)— €$GQ. « (ffl. OTM)— QQa©l 
Rab5(mS,wa)na (etc) (ftOIIQ) (GQ«)— Rauana 
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G$C9. 9 (a. ^ao)— 
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?rf^ylOTW ^f^3«l The situation of the 2 planets 

Son and Mercury in the same sign in 

a person's horoscope. [ 3 — ^ G0IQ- 

99V<9 **6 99l© v ^< I ] 

Q© fl§©— ff. ^- ( ^1 TO )— Odfl^O; 9A3T OQ^— 

Rabi mandala The orb of the sun. 

q© Aid— ». *. (^1 00)— « aW S^ aa 5 q^ a^l«v 

Rabimarga 9Q©flg| ©Q9I a^S^Q ^^Q GQ6© 

ea^ 96IQ fl g©«igq %a^G9«§; a£[©<?g— 

The path of the sun5 the ecliptic- 

©§)PI© QCT— Q-Q&.—l I ©9fi5«sq»©M—l. Barring 

RabimSrga bhanga the course of the sun. 

$ i «G^©— 2. Very higi^ 


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Rabi rasmi 
QQ $01 — 69. 3. (aoa'o 99QQ) — ©9 « <£9«l)— 

Rabi rubg (Q9Qq|g| — aOi^a) Rabikhanda (See) 

QO 6QQO— S.9, ( 0$9 ^ QS «*§ WOO SQ3 
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0® GGI9— 3. 0*— (Q9S 9 qaiQ)- ©13 — Copper. 

Rabi loha 
q© €1^o| — 0*3,9.— Q9 «Q (GQfl) — Rabikhanda(See). 

Rabi sasya 

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Rabi suddhi ©^qe! Ol^Ogg, 3$, 993 9| <M9Q 

5^j, *fl 6 *a giQGQ Gfi>9l siagi — The state 

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places from a man's natal sign. £q — 

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QQ 90fld— $. 9.— 331$ (€9#) — SamkrSnti (See), 

Rabi samkramana (q9S$I§; $9 9SIQ — aoi^a) 

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9Q fl» — L Hnvious at another's wealy 
eager to do a thiDg on seeing an- 
other doingit, } I aq£psi©8 ?9^GQ 
««!§ Gq« 9%?J9I— 2. Restless due 
to envy. « | Okdg^ 0^91®^ QQ^I^l 
agQ — 2. Restlessly amorous; amorously 

excited. G9. 9— TOQ Wfiji TO ^ 
ajQOl— 1, Mental restlessness. 9 I 

TO G»I$U~ 2 » Mental itchin £f- 

aQ*(€} SQQQ^l Q^QIQ QO^SI 

3, A strong desire to imitate another. 

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other. 69. 961—* I aq$— 5.Envy. 
69. 9<a- *1— 9©99l ( *1 )— Quarrel- 
some ( woman ) 

Q60QS16QQ 6991— S9. § — <> I ao^OQ* Gai*9l— 
Rabei khabei heba 1. To call names vehej 
f^jf^j ^1 mently to person, 3 \ q^ ^\^ 
a«raRT Wl; ^9 agQ €991—2. To be in- 

ordinately restless. 

QGOC «W(©l)— GQ.9^.(3.9£9)— * I QG)I§08 9§9— 
Rabei chhatra(ta) 1. Scattered here and there. 
isrfeft 3 1 (ositfia) 9^^; oiQfiiQ; flQ-aiQ— 

H^fa^ f^T'CFripit 2. (figurative) Destroyed 

ruined. 

€360^1 - G^G9. 9 (a. QGtfqi)— Q9qi (G9«) — 

Rabeya Rabaya. (See) G?€9. 9a - »9Q^9§ ; 

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QO — e. 9^» (Q^. ai%+9^. ©) — SIQ9*; '^©|Q^— 
Rabdba Commenced, begun. 

qgwiqI Gaia —*. Q (G9«ii©«)— a<ai© 91 Ga?Q Sap 

Rabyardra p g a fll^Q T99 Q991 GQia 9C3S — 

(astrology) An astrological combination 

happening on the 8th day of the solar 

month of Asawjha. 

QQ(ai§) — e.— V I WQq 0Q9I— 1. To begin; to 

Rabh (root) commence, ) \ %$$ G99I — 2. To 

be pleased with. • | $1q( QSfr\$ «I6919 

OQ9I; 9©I9 «€^9I— 3. To sport; to make- 


G&ft 


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merry, v | qq p GQ©!— 4. To b * eager. 

* I GQQGQ ©a© ©Q©i — 5. To walk 
briskly. 9 \ aQ.QftQI— «* To make a 
sound, 9 I QStei ©391 — 7. To copulate. 
r I ^9 ^©G© tf O© G9QI— 8. To meet in 

secret. 

Rabhasa " speedy force, y I «^— 2. Hast 6 - 

* I ^a«i— 3. Eagerness, v 1 ©QI9; 
2SG9I© — 4. Amusement; sport. * I a©<3; 
$<a r _5. Pleasure, 9 | $#—6. Happi- 
ness. 9 I SQiglQ— 7. Outrage on 
female modesty, violence; . rape. r 1 
fflftOja— 8. Repentance- regret.- *<; | GSI© 
— *9 4 Sorrow, to l qs»|QQ' ©g©©©i— 
10. Mature consideration. «a I ©|fl«r 
©l©3 ©te* - 11" Ascertainment of caus 
and effect. G©. 9 (*- Q©§=GC!|9©c©)— 
«. I q§ 3 ©©; ©©'©6© 9Q©«*Q G©9I — 
1. Secret meeting. ? 1 Q©; ©9S1 — 
2- Cohabitation; copulation, 91 | Q|l- 
Q^q^— 3, Jesting, v | Q§©©|— 4. Gall- 
antry. G9. ©8— ©»» — s wift. [ q — ©Qg 
98 a^ai S$Si ^ ©8 £1$ £1$ © QQq QO I 

qs. G3eo*aswi9 1 ] g©. $. ©s— dig— At 

once; swiftly. [Q--©9$ Qflqa© Q^qq QQQ 

gG©a ^9 i ©s. G$e©$&sie»ra I] 
qmi— 69- 5. Q«i (goto a©") «\Q©9i=G©i9©e©)— 

Rabhasa €©g (G©«>— Rabhasa [See], [ §— 
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Rabhasi(se) J\ e©lG©G©; O© ©£|© «G€II©QGQ— 

^n t^fe 2. Secretly; away from the ga&Q of 

the people. •! ©Ol©— 3 - Suddenly, [<<£— 

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4. Swiftly^ 

Qft (MI$)-*.~* 'I <tel Wl" 1 - To P%5 to sport- 
Ram (root) * I Qflsi ©€*©!— 2. To cohabit. 

Q0 — g4*6©. 9. (Q°.Q^— <3©9©l© «Q*1 fl©— Rum; 
Ram a kind of coarse brandy; distilled wine. 


Qfl— <r.©.<©fl *%+-©$. a)— <. I Qi^jWdlj a©— 

Rama 1. Husband. 5 I ©^©5 Gg9©— 2. Lover, 
*IQQa-fl©0 — 3* Cupia^©*^!©^ — 
4*The red variety of Janessia Asoka tree. 
* I (+q©a)$lQI— 5. Sporting, playing* 
$ I q^iq — 6, Dalliance; amorous sport. 

9 I Qfl tf 7. Coitionj copulation. *„ 

9«— M Qfldq> ***!©© -* 1 - Pleasant* 
charming; pleasing. 3 I 9 £J— 2. Dear; 

beloved ► 

Qd©-*. ©- 3! (Q0ai$+©i$,a©)—t I ©1^5 QQQ©— ■ 

Ramaka 1. A woman's gallant. ? I Gg9© — 

2, Lover. 9. W.7--QM9I9— Cohabiting,. 

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Ramajan eecjfflraGQ a4 ©ft ^iqaiaqS ©©ai^)— 
?nwfr warn ^i^ioq 9qqqI 6 wiqq eyQ^I flW; 

gOMt© ©^Q *« fl|g— The 9th Maho- 
medan month, [q — o fll^GQ fl^Qfll©9IG© 
Q©9GQ ©©A ^aV!9 ^© ©Q§ I «ft fl ' 9 
GQ^SQ "qjKWI©fll©<5 W VI Q^iS^ ff©© 

QqO-3. Q. (S^ 8l^+©Q«. a O}— G©ff-Assa- 
Ramatha (©go y©— a©iQ_Q) loetida- 

Qsa— e. ©. (©fl^ai^+^Q.a^) — tt ^1915 g«i© — 

Ramana 1. Play$ sport. j | ^Q©«1«3i!; Q©- 
^^©©^G^e© — 2, Coition; copulation, 

*> 1 QO©9j©91Q— 3 < Amorous dalliance. 
v| (QQd.a©) ©o©3 CQ5 ©IM — 4. Thigh; 
the Mores Veneris. * I (+©$.«©) Wdy 
©IW9©*5, Cupid. 9\ 9©^ltfr-6- Husband^ 
9 I ©lfij; 9«Q— 7. Lover, r 1 aa — 8 : 
Ass. ( +©©«- a© ) * I 9^i fl ^3 
ag6©ig— 9 - Testicle. <• 1 fl©\©^. 
fl9l€>5l> ©Ot^lW— 10 - A Borfc oJ medicinal 
plant. Melia Azadarachta. s, ©a— e I 

g*q 1. Belovedi dear > \ Qfl^ — 2. 

Pleasing; charming. 

QQ^_e. 9— qsw© m'; calqfi© ©^lai^Q© ©<a c 
Ramanaka ©I GQ« 9G€!9— Name of a country 

in mythological India. 

Q?ia ©q©i— gq- S— erfap ©Q9i— 

Ramana karibS To copulate. 


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* I 9Q^I^| — 3- An excellent woman. •*■ ' 

q*^|— 4. Mistress- sweetheart * | g°q © 

a*»* SS$Q$eas— 5. Name of a Sanskrit 

metre. [ 9, — <<5>!Q £3 6 *a QIQSO *<>. 

Ramani 1, Woman. ? i ^qi $1—2. An ( 
q\ flcpOl, Qfll, g%, excellent lady, m \ %&%<$ 
QQQI 5 a^ft!, ®Q^SI, 3. A charming woman. 
Qia€QOQI^qpqH,9IQI * I Sgl — 4. Wife. ♦ |C£JU 
5* Sweet-heartj mistress. ^ | QlQlffia© 

flower tree? Pavonia Odorata, 9 | q°g© 
«<§> sa$S}QG€1$— 7. Name of a Sanskrit 
metre, g. 9. ( g, qcs )— gc^ Qflfl— 

Coition^ copulation. 

Qflfll ^0— 9°.§(?%1 £©)— ?l ffl<3a99—l. Women. 
Ramani kula J\ QiqeiQ — 2. Women as a class* 

4)Q£ilqO $*€}— 9°.^ € — ^JfllOftOIGQ 9191 9«9I Q^— 

Ramatiikiila durllabha Not found amongst 

females. 
Qfi«a1 9€J0— 9V9 »*!©©)—«««©— 

Ramani charita Woman's natore^ferqale nature. 
-QSitfl ©»— 9'. $.— $1GW; «!Qaeq^— A woman^a 

Ramani jana female$ a mere woman* 

Q^lfiQ^QQ— 9°. 9®— iW&i QWftiftft— Common 

Ramani janasulabha to women; which is often 
found in women. ( Q£j|— «fl€i|e©3$9 

GOIflQQl 1) 

■Qfl^fl Qq— ff.W.9! (^1 ©0)-d ©IQQ3CQl9£S©Hg- 

Ramani priya Charming the mind ot woman. 

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Ramaniya AGGI9Q — Charming. [ O — 63Q %9 
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Ramani ratna An excellent wo ma 03 a paragon 

(^gale^©*- GQW^a) amongst women> a 

jewel of a woman. 


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Ramanya charming, tf. $— ^ | QQQq — 

1. Dalliance. > | €)CTQ^ — 2 _ Sport? 

amusement. 
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Ramanyaka Ramanyaka. (See) 

Ramati 1. A lover) a gallant. $ I $©— 

2. Heaven. « | qiq*3. Crow. iriQiqgQQ.— 

4. Cupid. 
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RamamSna Playing; sporting. 

Ramayanti 0«^qg<a Q§9QQ^9)-Q9^i O^aafi)— 

Is or are cohabiting, (€J — S9^ Qa| Q9^€J 

9ffQ QSieq I glol. QWm I) 

Rama 1. Laksbmi; Goddess of wealth. ^ | gqi. 
SJli Qlfill— 2. Wife. « 1 Qaa§1— 3. Mis- 
treBs. v \ aa G99* OCHI 6 QQ1699? 
0^1 —4. Wife of Xalki and daughter of 
gasideba. X 1 Q|$ ; eaiftsi— 5. Beauty 3 
lustre; grace. [€J — <(£$G9I ft* ©QIO Qg|- 
gQ Silt «GO.««§f 0^1 I S9|A. ©GSiqj O^, 
« Sll9 l] W. 9 — ^l«?_<?«fl©l 019— A name 

given to females . 

Ram»(me^iba Causative of Ramiba. 

Rama kanta GQ^* ftlfl — A name given to 
(QfllaQ, QflKWfl, QfllQ©, W;%C?Q, Qfligq, ^ales. 

QCIIQI— G?GQ. 9 tffl. Qf M)— QQSIOI (GQ«) 

Ramana Raaana. See) 

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' Ramana heb5 heba. (See) (€J«^qqi «G9«90 €Jq 

Rami bai 9^1— Name of a late learned Jadyof 


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high caste Hindu woman* OISQ <S§< 

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dazack. (Q©h^L€1) 

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Eami (root) G«3IQ©|— To cause to play' 

Rarnita 1. Made to play J | 2BQ0Q 2. Plea- 

(Cja©!— qj.) eed. *i %$ gig— 3. Made happy. 

v I fl^JI— 4. Delighted- 
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Ramita <jl^ qm oqaiQag— Defloweredj al- 
ready enjoyed or cohabited (woman) $f,Q. 
Q9^l ^1— A woman who has already 
been cohabited by a man. 
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RamibS- QQ91— 1. To P la 7- [Q— GQI99 ^€;g) 
TO 9GO, a© Qfl^l QQI9GO I e«Qia— ^ciQ©j 
<Wf ^ 1 3Q|Q oqq|. q^ s «QQ!—2. TO 
cohabit. [Q—Qa® ^GQ OI^QGO, Qq§ ^ 
S^fllGQ I 9«Slta Q3QQ] * I GOI€ 0€W>l— 
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G)G« e«iQ a» ! dflfaia qiq^©] 9\ (to, «3) 

9Q^) 9Q9I5 «9«f« QQQI — 6. To attract 
[CJ — «G«M»^ QQG$ QQfir^Q Q^Q «§ I 
q^lQia O^QIflJ 9 i <9QI QQQI— 7. To 

sport. 
QGflft,— «L°. P. ( ?ql©© )— Qfll Q«S!3 W^— Bishnu. 
R&mendra ( QGflfl, QG?t«,Q— SlQ^Q ) 

QGP900 Q$— GQ. 9. ( ©>« )— OfilOOIQ 99S ^Q 
Ramesa chandra datta ^)°Q gsj ja ge$ q^Jl^j ^l^ 

5CSK6^PR5 —The late R, C* Datta, I. C. S., 0. 1. 

<^F9^r %$ E. of Bengal ^—(gi^pfr— «. <!•«!) o 

QC3©Q 3Qfi^q3ia N 9gaiGQ.QQH G9iQ S^IQ 
G^iQ^GQ I QQJGSI« ^I^C. I. E gjai^GQ 

gs^i eq>gG^ 6 Q # q©GQ giols qiq© 

9Qm©IQ QQ9I9 ( Ancient civilization of 

India),qcii^4 dfl^i^iQS*^ Q°q© a^il^ 9tQ, 

Qf41 v €ll^Q QIQ©Q GQSSJG «09I9 (Econo- 
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QGflflO^.fle— G9. 9. ( ©Ifl )— ^ QGfl^QO^ «$ — 
Ramesa chandra mitra Sir Romesh Mitter 

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Raropa 93-qjnQ G9Q?|<N-- Itonin g. giG9(Qfl|fl9Q) 

«f1*sfa g*Tf ft Q<44i Q — v 1 ©IS; g|f 91S91 

%Q9 — 1. An axe or long-handled spade 

to cut earth. j I siSflOQ QQQ 0MQ^§9^ 

fl^S-Ql^s afclflQ— 2. A kind of plank 

drawn by buffaloes and used to level up 

uneven fields by drawing earth from 

high places and putting it in low 

place?. 

Q#l(e#)QOI— GQ. 9 — q$fal SqiQ f'ggqa— Causa- 
Rampa(mpe)iba tive of Rampiba. 

0*1 q^O— 69.9.— 4©8©IQ «L§Q q|a-A kind of 
Rampa" kun<Jia dry itches; scabies. [ Q — <©! 

Q#l%— 6Q. 9-©£©$ 6 9GOQ SIOQQ QIO«M> Q0§ 
Rampalu £Cr OlfQIQ 80QI q9IQ$ — A thin 
3g<xnT(fft) metal scraper, 

Qffl— QIG9 (S*Wg?) 9. (% ft# 9- ^9 a ^GQ «§. OP) 
Eampha (a@GQ $3 Q3IGII4) GQ1$— Spade. 

Q<V<J©— G$G9. 9. <Q\ WIQ — €S$ C§) GQQ 
Raiibaed gqi^QQ ©§$© GflSQ 0515 * 3109^1 
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WS <qa^ GQISiaiff SflG9l<§l ©69*6 9Qi3 91$ g 
QIO on qq|o c^—Rhomboid} an oblique- 
angled parallelogram^ having its two 
adjoining sides unequal ^ 

6^0 — G?69. 9- (Q-.QH^)— (Gfle Q§) G3Q 3SI$QQ 

Rambas ©§&» GQSQ flflg 9l§fll© SSI© €*£ 

?W*1 t*ST GQtfttO QflGQW ffG9 — Rhombus^ an 

equilateral parallelogram. 

Rambha 1. Name of the father of the demon 

Mahiehasura. 5 I $IS** WW- 2. Name 

of a monkey. » I G9$^ 9IQ9— 3. 

Bamboo. 

qq©— 9. m, v (qoq ai§+©<§.a©) — «. I ao©l<a— 
Rambhaka 1. Sounding. } I aQq©K3j*- 

(£}£©!— $1) 2. Beginning. 


Q^l — 9.9. (Q9Q al$+a + «jL»)-©9©1— 1. Plantain^ 
Rambha banana 3 | tiagGQ 9GSS— 2„ N&me of 
a heavenly nymph. (^ — (£ + ■>) O^QGQ 
9G3 Qqi qSMOIGQ s^— G3lGQ©-Q<»GQ«ll l] 

filflO QG$p\ aOQIQQ QSQ^Q q«?^i ©I^GQ> 
qi?i^ 9aa^?o »q a« r « gc^ 1 9GQ Q«li < 

GQGfi4G3 a©89«QQ^GQ7^ tf(^Ot91 Q^i* 
^^GQQfla ©Q 3IQGQ 91© 6 ©Gfi5 ©«MI©^ 
a<^ Q!9 G^GP 1 <Q ©iQei^_ glow Q9tfl 
QQ8GT© S>3« Q& GQQ^GS^ flal «llOI Q9^I- 

G^IQ^GQ I 

flviG^^^Ol^ 9^1 9Gr10 9QH| gig e^lQ 

©i?j geiG^ gg^ sis ©«^Sai'GQQqGQ otf 
fly% q^i og^i G9IQ ggtf ea ©?jo ij w 1 

GoTqj^ GQS1 9GS9 — ^- Name of a Goddess. 
* I GQtW©5 <5*VQQ— 4 - Tae lowing of a 
cow, * 1 6V€hl$ ^IQ^°i — 5 « Prostitute. 
^ I Q^3 9«l— 6 The north, G9, W — 

snq^r smr gw^Toft ©gi a^sQ Qoai<j— (a plant) 

Growing without man's sowing (gen — 
Q^l ©$!$ ^5 G^I SJ© «2) 

G«if< 99fll« 6 GQQG^a^— 1. Rambha, 
a small town on the Lake Chilka in the 
Ganj am district. [ Q— <OIGQ <sl6©l$ 

qoiq al<s ©919 gisra «s 1 aw <<$\ ©wiq 

G««f <I m gC3 1] > i «»»«Q 9^ W 
—2. A famous mountain in the 
Ganjam district. [ Q— c€q QG^QlSll 

of© Qqi ©ral 1 qaioiei. ©P©i 1 ] * f ^1 

GQQQT ftlfl— "3- A name given to females* 

qqi q^« gq. w« 41 (9Q1GQ ^090) (e. QGqi^. )— 
Rambha uru QGfJI^ ( GQ« ) — 

Rambhoru ( See ) 


3«ii e^ftsl 


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€jq«l 


•Qqi €5%S»€fi— 69. Q ( S. Qql 6 €^«P€fl )~( EK>iC$ 

Rambhaurubasi ft«Q<g© ) sqi 6 QQSl O|o] 

HSQGQ9^ — The two heavenly nymphs; 

Rambha and urbasi. [ Q — €)S£lg£££ $9 

Wlfc I ] 

^qi €!S— G9. § — Sft^QO^ftl Qg — & tree growing 

Rambha gachha from a seed which has not 

CWtt* vfWM 9 ^ ^ck$ been sown, 

Q^i ftGiqi— *. 9— fllQ ( Sfti$GQ flldffe ©I CfiSl^ ) 

Rambha tjutiya q$ ^Q^l — The 3rd day of 

the bright fortnight of the month of 

Magna (according to some, Margasira 

or Jyaishtha). 

Qqi g(»— s. $— wo1 era— 

Rambha phaja Plantain fruit. 

■q<ji ft$« — 6Q. 9 ( e. Qqi+scp ) — too! Qiqgri — 

Rambha baka la The bark of the plantain 
<f9lftt*ra1 ^oIRiT «TO3K tree. 

QSqi^— «r. ^ ( Q4i+«^3 Qqi-wo qs QQ q$ 

Rambhoru sai$!Q 3 Q$ftl$ ) — qqi $9 gQ Qft- 

CQftl; QSJQ ©<3QI — ( a woman) Having 
thighs round like the trunk of a 
plantain tree. ff. §». qj| — QftS^ni $1 — 
A woman having well developed 
thigha. [ Q — qqq gas GQI©iQ fl OSIfll 
G3I& 6 QQQ 9I« e^, «€} tfftQQQ QQQGISI 

6«iis 6 ©psi«a qq^ 1 ogaicf 69a ©©RIG© 
f QGqiq£ ft ft© tf 6«te QfllSQ R%9I9IQ' 
G9I& ^aqisiq, a$*Q ©a 6QQ»a§) I ] 

-QflS— ?. Qtil ( Qfl ai^+0Q4 g)— S. I QMlq* IQQ5 
Eamya flGftlQfl— 1. Charming, beautiful; 
(QSHI — $|) agreeable; pleasing, j j ft«Q6i — 

2. Strength-giving. «r> | gg^JQQ— 

3. Giving potency or virility. q\ $ — 
1 1 Oftft— 1. The Champaka tree; Mich- 
elia Champak). 2 I ftft Ql aggQQ— 2. A 
tree} Sesbania Grandiflora, * | ae^JQ- 
gg — 3, The root or tubers of the 
Patola creeper, ts \ q£— 4. Semen 3 the 

semen virile. 

Ramyaka Wit* 9^ VI G93 9GSS— Name 


of a tract in the mythological island 
of Jambu ( in which India was 
included ). [ Q- — <3$l Cfl%Q Q^QGQ 
3QS ft f <19i Q&\$<§ WQ Q^QCQ I Q9iQ 
Q«Q aaa«G« qgfl% I QQI^QQ QQQGQ gfti 
fiia fl<T©Q $$QGQ 6WW 9«f l <JqG« aqp 
•W ©Sflftl «£ii qg«6Q «g I ] y I (6S>Q1ft) 
9GSl» S« — 2. The root or tubers of 

at 

Patola creeper. * I fl^l©^ GQ|$|£tq dfi 

— 3. A tree, Melia Azadarachta. 

Q9H©|(©) — ?. $. — v I qmI^S)— 1. Agreeableness. 

Ramyata(twa) ^ | q|a&t— 2. Gracefulness) 

sweetness. <p I 69fc?£H— 3 * Beauty. 

«?ii aji— «. 9. (Qqi «e$ qi ai^iQ^ 995I®)— «io«1> 

Ramya pushpa Qvo CIQ — The silk-cotton tree. 

Ramya phala A kind of medicinal tree^ Stry- 
chnos Nuxvomica tree*, poison-nut tree. 

Qfli gfl — «°.W. q:.{9^9)- ^?Q gja q$-Having 
Ramya mukha [^q*|fl«|(<al) — qjTJa beautiful face. 

Ramya Graceful; charming. g°. 9. — £ I Q$F. 

Qftffl — 1* The nigbt. j \ 2»gQ 3 §a- 

g^Q — 2. A flower; Jonidinam Sufiru- 

J:icosttm. * I ft^a 9G«^— 3 Name of a 

river, 

q^— «•.«. (Qfl v aiSL+ Q ^)~ ^ ' ^SL^ 1 ^i— ^ The 
Ramra colour of the dawn; ruddy colour- ? I 

GQiQ— 2. Beauty- 

Raya (root) QQ91— 2. To move. 

Qq -ff.Q. (^ ai^+Q!ft.«)— 1» Gfta-1- Velocity. 

Raya ^ I Q> ftftl— 2. Fleetnees} swiftness. • I 

gfti^ GQift; eaaiq— 3 * A stream of 

7 water; current. 

saal-60. ^. (9»«l g *9« «■ s^ aL ^ fl3 )— ^ ' 

RayanI QOa 3 q?— 1. The ni g ht " [*-^ ^ 
?RRtv*) tpft «» G^IQG^ft w i gi©1— QWiflM I) 
^W ft^l^ * I M®3 Q^^ 11 ^" 2 - ReBtin ^5 stopping. 

• , 90 q 3, Rest, v I QQIfl gift; aflsq— 

4. Shelter) a place for resting. * | 
2.9QIQ; flQ^Q— 5 .^Leisure. 


^9*?- 


*ft 


( ?••» ) 


©«©©flf 


Qq©— G$6©. ©.— -QQ© (G©«)— Raita (See) 

Rayat 
QCJ©— G$TO. ©. — QQ© (6Q<a)— Raiti (See), 

Kayati 
9qi*1— «•. ©. (©q+a$ ai%f ©<§.$) -QQ&— Brow. 

RaySti 
QS'fi v *— 6?€9. ©. <Q # .)— 6©?«§ fltflQgQ ©199ICJ 

Rayal-ti q©l^©| ©§Q fllft©^ GSQ* 0IQ©l©l 

^rti© tsrarifr ©aa— Royalty. 


I— S°.©€U (Q^+a©a£jlGa Q«|)— a© Q^O— Very. 

Rayish^a " fleet or swift. 

(QqV— *l). *• ^tiqwc— 1. Tb * God of wealth. 

Rayishta ^' 3§l — 2. Brahmat the Creator. »| 

»© t 8©Q — 3. Fire 

Q©fr(fc1)— 3°. 9. — QQS — Brow; forehead. 

Rara$a($l) 
Q«— giG©. (Q<fq«H). 3— l^af ai$© »ci©©iq© aa) 

Rala q<g — Was. 

Q^fljf*— €9. ©. (g°. Q«0)-«§9lO/a3aOIQ€OQ — 
Rali(lli) C5lC^1W^pi *ftl«fl Eye-lash* 

©$©-9°.©. [Qfl^aiSL— W'WQI^Iqi ©€}©! + ©§ ©9 v 5 

Rallaka ©fl^— a©Qj ©9 v +<gai^=CQ©lj 99$ 

©©©! + ©$. «©,fll9l a©G©«]"* I©*),©— 

1. Blanket. ^ | qO ©G«3 — 2- A species 

of deer, m\ a§9©l© SQS — 3. £ye-lash. 

■w | qq — 4. Lotus. 

©€j(9lft) — **.— G© ©QQI — -To make a sound, 
Rae(root) 

Q«q«— 6Q. a— < 1 Gas ©iq qcteiQ ao© a©— 

Rag-mas l.Low cracking sound of the break- 

3Pt**l v ^EgS* ^p^S* ing of small twigs. 

5 I 9©© «© $8G© ^3©l 9©— 2. Low 

rustling sound. * | ©€iae ; «•© G9©l S^Q 

G©9 Q©G0l© G9©l— 3. Langutdity 

and twisting of limbs before an attack 

*WP! pm of fever, *[©©©© G©ia 69©1— 

4. Feeling feverish, * | ©€l©€^ (g©«) — 

5. Ras-ras (See) 

Qsasai— TO. ©a— aga«i c©iaG9^?!©i (asi©)— 

Ras-masia Sicklyj feverish. 

Qfi€)«— GQ. « (8©-iC©Q«)— ?. I G9l©IQ ©I %«IQ 00 
Ras-ras G9Q9?ig©IGQ; ©*© €p©l SQIGQ— 


'q&sjg sf^l? ^JTTO 1. Mode cf walking brisk 

(fiSQS— a©iqg ) ly$ by making a rustling 

*F5^5 **H<M< sound with the shoes or 

clothes. J | ©iq$ a© G«l©IQ©l3©IGQ— 

2. Like chewing cucumbers. • i QQQi 

9|Q©IQ «Q— 3. Cracking sound of slaps, 

(aai— OT©iqiQ«M3Q$i e$®i siqg©q i) 

v I ©cf ©Q G9I«©I©^I9©ISQ~4. Sobb- 
ingly. (q— TO3*9©«to©«, 9.3 ©1QQ 

©g©«— 39©. Ggaasiq© i) 

Q€JQ€ia — TO. ©fl — QflSflWOKB— 

Ras-rasia Making rustling sound, 

Q€l(Ga)^—G^TO. 9 fcri. ©fl©,)— ^ I 9'©^Sl gl fl OTQ^[ 
Rasa(se)d QGft 9flQ!Q«|QQQ GQ^©C^eai«llQ9l 

<«Wlfl— QGQQ) G<?6>© ao© €q©M©g ©I ©1991^1 
VR TO^ 9©«lfl — 1. Supply of victuals; 
victuals and other daily necessaries 
supplied to public servants while tour- 
ing in moffaaal. y \ a©^M|Q©- G*ai©l9*J 
«l©S|0 — 2. Supplies for an army, [q — 

9i©ggiQ© ?)£rQQq ags© ©i9iQ©f ^\ 6 

€jg© GQ^-'fllG© a^l^QSl WW 9^% 
G9C1IG© ©tf GOQOIC© fl©W ©QG© G9@ 
glOQ ©9©!©fllG© Q©0 5ft* GQQ G^fllOfiJ 

aiQ a^ai© q^o^ ©iq, ©io? «iw1, pqp, 
a§i, 9!^ ©l©l 6 aia^SQ (aoat 9i©fl©ai© 
ffG9, 9i©w© ©a 6 e^ai^ior sift") GaiaiQ. 
©laio ejpq^ aq_a©i ©qsj<i I <3G© 6©» a© 
G9vi%QW v §£Ji ©9 Qi^ag i <\ ^ai^iq 
«5G^ ^«G^ GQ©© 1 QQGQ Q10I ^©fl G9Q?[Q I 

< gal ©^'fli© a®iQ fl©©GQ ag i] • i q3q^ 

(G©«). 3, Rasid (See). " 

©soaioi— g^to.qCeti)— e©Q §i©gq 9i©fl ©i g5©^ 

Rasadkhana 8|Q* «qsa© fliWI© ©*l J31©eil<l 

^'PrtW ^T^IRf A place where the supplies 

required for an army or an officer on 

tour are stored. 

Q€l<59fll— G§TO. © (ffl. ©S^l^ §Qgl) «flO*9®©q9?l 
Easad-jama ©9© q©^— Gradually increasing 
3*flf$sit TB^ITT rent or revenue* 


Q3Q v €9QI 


( £©•* ) 


QW»; 


Q€tf?6Q©|— GQ. 9 (©©Qa)— 9139 * G9©l»9© 

Rasad deba" wfflR GqM^IW G£liaiQS9©l — 

iPifftTM 5 ! <«4^WI To supply victuals and 

[Q€t© caifll(GCl)Q9i— «©i%a] forage to officers 

on tour and an army on march. 

QflQ a«(9)dl(«)»l--G369. 9 (©©§«)— QJJG© 
Rasad para(ru)wa(a)na 9©| <^|^fl^ 669©iQr 
(©€IS>8Q©I©I — 801^9) ©S<3^ Gai©IQ©l9IGf ©9©l© 

OTftBiWif <«41«imi a^or ©©*% aa^aoiasi 
^qflOWl— Orders sent to Zamindars 
beforehand to supply necessaries to 
touring officers and to a marching 

army. 

Rasad bibhaga ©tf^QCtfl — The Supply Depart - 

^PFffa^M ^tKptaTT ment of an army, 

Q30-GQ. © (ST. ©«©!)— Q3©l (G<3><3)— Basana(See) 

Rasana *pftt ( q_q$1gq ©$1 ©a© Qqa 

alow© G©i6<a ocs 9©© aiasi— qiqI. 

qwim i ) 

Q€!9I — 9T. © (QQ al$_4-©Q<a a©+a)— V I ©§I ; ©Q — 
Rasana 1. Tongue, J \ %fa ©sl^aei; ©ul; 
6©lO 6 OQ$l© Q©1I©— A woman's 
waist-chain or girdle, [ © — $jl©$1- 
^<a<s©© wg« WQ <3qg<4 6 091 %*^f 
Q© ©q$©l$ «§ ©IS G©lQ2)g ! ] 

©«6©©#— 3. 9-W3 €1«©I© Q^- To °g ue 5 
Rasanendriya the organ of taste. 

«j«g«€t— 63w. © (a. Q9IQ=«$!©qS! eTOi+eri. 
Rasal-dar ©1^— oiq©)— aAlcqq GS©I© ©l£J©— 
fiPlfaWft ft^RS^TC The captain or commander 

of a cavalry regiment. 

QdCtf) — 6©. 9 (*. Q€fl, 01. Qfll)— * I Mj «W— 

Rasi(sl) 1. Rope. J 1 To ©|© $3, 919©©©- 

^ *^ft 2. A measuring rope about forty 

yarda long, » | * © ©l©G£ * ° ° 91© ^Q^J 

4©©i Q^l— 3. A distance or length of 

50 to 100 cubits. 

Q^ai_^eQ. © (a°i «8a)— %.€a G©«— 

Rasia Russia (country 1 . 

©«8D©— 6?CQ. W (©•. Q9a©)— q8« €©s QWlq— 
Raslan Russian. 


©«{£€!)©(©)— C«? G©. © <€TI, ©d|©5 $o, Q% qS$ 
Rasi(se)da(di) (riceipt) $<Q 491 Q°3© ftfe €!©$ 
?Pflf ©l©1Q ©l©) — «> I 9IQ€>> gigtf©!© 9$— 
*3ffr^ 1. A receipt; acknowledgment^ a docu- 
ment acknowledging receipt, 5 1 siqQ5i|Qj- 

915 ©■ ©10 ©GS3 — 2. A nama amongst 
the Mahomedans- 

©3© €isi«i— 6©,©s (©©©a)~ ©a§ $a© a© a© g©q 

Rasid grahtts gi$>sOI% Q§© S<S>tfl Q6Q — 
ilfipf'Stfe^l Grantee of a receiptj the acceptor 
^fe^ 1&*TOr or receiver of a receipt* 

©3i© ©i©i— g©-©€!. (©©©a) — ©8©£iq giMloiwra— 

Rasid data The grantor of a receipt. 

q«!©SQ©I— GQ. ^ — C©7<s3 a» siq aiQ^iaeq gig- 
Rasid deba qlQ|Q QQ91 — To grant a receipt; 
3fo*f x CT6g1 to acknowledge receipt, [q* — <§£}Q 
^fe^^U Q§Q «|99l, G©^!, 9IQQI, Q|Q9| a^ 

9< I 3 

Rasid pustaka ©I 9 $IQSq> a|< — 1, A book of 
(QqQ©@[QJ— affi^a) receipts, receipt book. 
*fan% 5 I G3Q* £L5©GQ 919 gl©IQfll© fi)99^ %< — 
*fa%*ft 2. A book for filing or keeping 

receipts, 

Q3 GQQI— gQ. ^— t I QQ? GQ©I> aa«ll G9©GQ 
Rasi detS <?Q9 QC||Q €jQ$©GQ 9I«I©<(IQ ©Q«?| — 
^f^ ^^tft 1. To commit suicide by hanging. 
*:£Sft5mmr > I a©i%Eri3c99l — 2. To hang a 
(G& QC1IQ9I— ao^S) person to death. 

Q^l-GQ.Q (3- «qp, Q^©j Qsgi©)— ^§9, aQf}^9€i. 
Rasuna ©a G$©©$ 6 9(39^01^ Q9fl« 6 Q9?l»t 
9. — QG9IO, QG^I©©> flMGOT— Garlics Allium 


€»%P* fi^Pi Q^W, 


Sativum. [ «? — ©%« 


J3©S©%; QG9!©QI, <© 9©l^ ©t^a Ql«| «g l 

q«», flSlOQ, ©SQQj QQq 3^1^ QWQ *» 
q©9 9, Q^©^, s?qG qflt0 ! QWQ 9 fl Q ©iQ^, 


v' 

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S5^^i© v 


8^6© ©gQ3, ©19 ©I ©IfifG© 

©€iq, fl oq ag^flCQ Q©^i 
* 6«ff ©g g©!^6 eciifo 


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Qfl9© 


. *i« ai©qss<s 9«T©giG© Qgqio (qq+qq) 

$©. 6©s$s1 oi9 g<3>q «q§j i 

©i. 9*Q 9|§^ <i9i qggQ ? qc^wfo, 

Qcgiwrsai©©, Q40MIQQ, Q§^g, 

QQ©©, Q&jql©©, G©S§©©Q 6 PO, fid JO©, 

^9* a %®> ^la, aa*, ^ <$ ^gi^is 
eqa©«i© i 

qgeCQ ©go as G3 G3Q* qgcjGQ CI39 
«ioffl! fli©i $©©i£ oior 99g1 ©q>jy ciq1§o 

«i9 ©q©i oicf otiow ?9G©sg©$q$ qjq 
©QTOiq^ai 9©«a ©q qai eg© eff Q n -§ Qf 

Gq§ QflqGQ ©§$_ -a© ©G^©©G© 99© 
G9IQ ©191 QgsiGQ 9Q£I© G9G3 I 

<9I qiqi §)<aacQ Qi©§© $« i aQOflf^ff 
<Q> Gg^iQt? G©SIGQ§ g©go© §© <Q]G 
©Q©IQ6Q TOQ^ea ©1©9I© ©3§| g<|© 
8SG© <I9I GJ9©IQ© I -QtyQ ac^ig ©Q 
«IQra ©l©$© %< Q\§ m I 6^GQ«1 89GQ 
TO 1 !, fli°g 6 afl,Q©i €$©© €$9©l©© <S 
9S*S **?> «W> ©BQl©, G0fa>©l9, BQfiJfl 6 
GSia sa©l©© J 09IQ «$ 3© QQ I] 
*$<S1 ©$— GQ. © ( «•. ogp m )— q^ibq ^ga$— 
Rasuna gandha Strong smell of garlic. 

Rasuna 1. A kind of aquatic plant with a 
3W1 white tuber. [ ©-~<jqQ 0S3I© d©a$ 

(Qqita— «ffiq.a) a§ 5 <9i© go© ©q q w gQ aoi 
G*9«iai< i ] > i a«i©w Qgg, ^ Q ^sas— 

2. A kind of grass. « | -<j©g9|Q q$$ 

€,^1 — 3. A small species of garlicj 

Shallot Chive. v | <£| eqgg,^ QI?GQ 

9§©l <J©3©IQ G©Q*Q« q§ $Qg|Q qi 9|£ ^ 

G0fif«afllO— 4- A string of armlet 

worn as an ornament by women. 

«Wf=ra1 * l Qqpij «W»a$ G^Gfc Qg— 5 # A 

^tjCtWl species of gem$ lapis lazuli, §9 ^ 

*3^ ( 9. Q4p )— * I Qqa aQ gjgq© sffy— 

«$igf*3T 1. Smelling like garlic. > \ ( s. qg ) 

OTIflT W $9q$ 3 Q^ao— 2. Full of juice. 

*srarar ( q— si&j aq-csiQ* a^q, qq^ q«j. 
ta^Gca GggQ ^q1^ 95© Qq $G9 l ) 


Qf^ll QO— GO. S— Q^)| v(cw) 
Rasana dala RasunS 1 ( See ) 

QfSJ—cSeQ. 9— eqafl ( gq« ) 

Rasum Rosam ( See ) 

cqq q^cii^— g?go. ©-Gqaq^eqafli© { gq« ) 

Rasum rasumSt Rosam rosamat ( See ) 

Q®-G?6Q. « (a. Q3ft)-<, I qggq GgQ © 

Rasul fij^Qtj ^q. a<Q5i©— 1. God's messenger 

*VI totheearth, [ Q-gq^l© arfg©g© 

^P »i^ ^<IQG£|Q© <^© fQiSJ-QH^p q©| 

fljQflioflico ^iq ©Q€j 6 eq ti)4Q9 aafli© 
€©iqwq ^ pi ^9GQgqQ ©qaia^ i ] 

}|<£0— 2. Messenger. * | gq^iQ^ 
©l9 9G€ig— 3. A name given to "a 

Mahomedan 

Rasali(a)lla g^Q ©q^, ^ q^^ ^ Q e g Q<a 

«vwl <J©; 0949^ God's messenger on 

*Q3T5gr?T earth; Mahommed, the founder 

©qQQtt9;«K of the Mahomedan faith 

^^** >«QiQ9 ( b «^cved by the Moslems 

£.€[$31 I «- to have been God's messen- 

Qq$%\ J ger on earth ). ( Qe/| — 

«9«« Q^«9I 1 ) 

©«— q\ © ( a« x ai^— ©«M8Q|+q$. 9. ©9i©o) — 

Rasmi ^ | ©Qgi— 1. Ray of light, j | gg^. 

S^aifl— 2. Reins of a horse; bridle. m \ 

Qf^i 9£J§»-3. Rope. V | ag i GO^II — 

4. Wing of the bird. * | as ; a§a©|— 

5. Eye-lid. 

Rasmi kendra ©Qa9i© ^QgMQ 9§Q© 91 ©I©q 

«y€9Q Qfl© QQ GQQOIGQ 9©© o<] 

The focus; the point where the converg- 
ing rays of light (passing through a 

Jens) meet- 

QfiToiO— «. - Q ( 9^1 ©© )— « I ©Q^qg §_ 

Rasmi jaja 1. Several rays of light, j | «Q«g|Q- 

2. A stream of light ( consisting of a 

cluster of rays), 

Q«Q©-S. 9 ($*£! ©©)— V I fai— 1 # The sun. 9 | 

Rasmi pati a^a-2. The swallow wortj 

Calotropis Gigantea* 


seei© 


( 9 oo 9 ) 


€fc 


Wf 91 ®""* - $• — (£*1 0© x ) — GQf«8 9gGQ «<8 

Rasmi pata a§9l> QQMIO; slttgQQ SQ8S9— 

Refraction of the raysj the falling of 

the rayB on a thing. 

9^0*1$) — 9 — * I SG 9Q9I — 1* To make a sound. 

Ras (root) 9 | 13319$ ©Q91 — 2, To taste. 

• 1 C§9 ©391 — 3. To love v | Qg QQQI— 

4. To regard, 

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gai— q»i©i«. waw 1 ) K9 I ©^©—16. 

tt TO Vices, (q- ©ai €1Q^I aiq ©Q , aai 

©ii^©^» c©^! w < ^9©ge© flia© 

(^S^lia) a©a^^ — 17. ( figurative ) 
Riches; money5 wealthy means. 
KT I qcrl©G3 6 Q©©I96© {[©I q©— 

18. The underlying idea running in a 
composition or song, ( ^ — qal ©^©10 
e«i$q ©I^GQQ, gqqQGfii < ©« G©l— 

©QfjaS. ©Gaiqo^sol© 1) ^e 1 g©T§? — 

19, Amusement. ( €5— G9 Qgi^GQ, G^© 

©i©6Q, e^ ©^G ^ ^Gi— Q8. Ggflgai©^ 1 ) 


©a© 


( 9*K9 ) 


Q9G©0 


;° i 6Q191 6 9196? G9i©> «©9ig>, <j©9©i© 
g©lq 9Q!a ©d© 6991 Gqo— 20. A disease 
of the elephants and horses resulting in 
the exudation of a secretion from the 
soles. g|69 (6fl9S15L©) 9 ($Q 9. ©Q>- 
1 I a€€9l££a — l.The juioe of sugarcane. 

$ I S©QQ9; ©19 — 2. Toddy, juice of 

A r date palm tree, 

©9©—*. 9 (Q3 + ©) — * I Mia flP9—l. Stewed 

Rasaka meat, J | ef f©Q (@. Q)— 2. Alum. 

* I $9© (§. a, ) — 3. Antimony 3. 93— 

€*9ft— Juicy. 

©990*© — ST. 9 — 81999?© aWQOT— A white 

Rasakarpttra sublimate or mureate of mercury; 

(QQQSQ — G9«%a) Perchloride ot mercury. 

[9 — Gfll«© 91QQ 6 9^999© 60$, QSI, 

091, ffW, G5W«9a, QQ9IS, SIS99<a, 

©«©flit««ii© 9«f QGHQ9I 01© ©i©§©©15* 

SIS 91 OiQ, « S9§ 99» <©■$ 99 G«t?< 

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6 «© 3G9»q$ 9'$% «crlQ $06© Q#© * 9G© 

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Q©9 G99GQ ©9Q9© GQ€f bfil 6©*© 
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ff$g9i a^>q© qwsq^ ©©igq ^J?IQ 
s©©l 9Q ©9*© aa^. Gqglqi 63©© ©9© 

9i^fl ft o«jLa , jaft9i9iQ gw-<$ QQQ-aGga^ 

©9 Q 93§, e^ S§9© 0GQ GQQl© G99SI© 
fliq a?Q|o asu© GO©l GO©l ©*H£J9 ©sal© 
(mercurial eruptions) 919iQ9l<i 6 99a 
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69«l ag> I QS99*© €93919 Wq 9© 

aoti] 

©S ©^ — G9. ^ — QlQI ©I ^GTIG© ^v© C4 — Necklace 
Rasa kantfci made of lead balls, [ 9 — <*®0Q 
^wlt dnTOT qfsr ©g «© 6 Qg 9 9 aio $< 1 ] 


©Q ©Qq— 69, 9.— ©1^9 ?iq gg© ©9H 9«l SQ 9|tfl 

Rasa k*damba OGQ^— Name of a firework 

?PI ^f?f appearing like a burning tree when 

4l<U4it4fcl£ lighted. 

©Q ©9^1— 9!G9. (gg), — tl «W 9G«^— 1- A kind 

Rasa kadamba of sweet. 9 I ( QlCfia ) Q|© 

9GS9— 2 (irony ) A term of abuse. 

QQ ©9Ql— G9. 9- — ©3 ©9«V (?) (69$) Rasa kada- 

Rasa kadali mba (2) Ysee.) 

Q39QI — 7- 9, — V I §J3 9<^ ^Q — 1- A low sweet 

Rasakala sound. 3 I 9|©S^ 91©Q «l© — 2. The 

song of an intoxicated person. « *l ©q 

9 ( 3^G©€l^J-3.Wit5witticism;gallantry. 

69. 9. ^1 — ^ I §lC<3©Sr OI«l— 1. A name 
given to females. 5 1 GGII©ai©9la1 6$n 
gl©l© ©9 GQWQia 99^l2iQ9 ©€>© 2B9Q9IQ© 
©|©<( — 2. Name 01 an Oriya poem by poet 
Lokanatha. 

QQ ©%Q0I-G9. 9— $§»© Ql©1© ©9 ©9ia© 

R^sa kaipa lata 9|©|^Qqr ©©©. ©I^©-©!^©!?© 

6^SI ©19** — Name of an Oriya poem by 

an ancient poet Gadadhara. 

©Q ©Gglfi— c9.9.-69a ©9^9^ 913^© qaiqs ^^i 

Rasa kallola 9^©l^© 9.Q ©I9M— A poetical 

work by Dinakxushna Das. [ © — Q©- 

91©©© g6©*<© ai?© flo as© © 9G$1] 

©g©l©Q— ?. 9«<— * 1 W©IQ© — 1- Liquifying. 

RasakarakS 3 I Ql©^qi9© — 2. Producing 

(Q99W3 — a©i^9) sensation or emotion. *| 

^1991©©!^ — 3. (riving relish or taste. 

©9 «p— ff.9.(^O©)-W99lQ- St0r c of pleasures. 

Rasa kQpa [Q— ©IQG© a©6€l 9G€J, SQ9 98CQ 06G, 

G©IGft a©Qg9IW9iea— 98.ca« ^IMI] 

©g©fi¥«— 69- 9—91^1 91 q$«1 96€«— A metre in 

RasakGlya Oriya literature. [ Q> — ©3 ©G© 

(©9G9IQQ— a©i^9) G©ItG9«] — 3.9. ggfl«$ai€Q 

^d^lQ© ©<a 9GS« ( 6.«1 )— Name of a 

mythological river- 

©gG99l© — G9» 9.-99 96^—^ kind of root. 

Rasa kedSra (Q — 0©CT-GS© ©3699(9 99— 9«) 

^© 6g©i9^s9fg) ') 

Q3 6©©— G9. 9. (fl. 9. GQ.)— *> ' 99©1©l (G9«l)— 

Rasa keli 1. Rasallia (See). 51 ©3G© 91 S96© 

9§ 69IQQ9! <©Q©|Q Sol— 2. A kind ol 


Q3 C93Q 


( >o\«l ) 


QW 


cake moistened in syrup. $.9— £ I 99IQ5 
«1?H <«.«)—!• ^ort. ^ l g$© ; 9<*|©Q9| 
<§,8) — 2. Merriment, 
QQ 69a(€l)Q~tf. 9.— ©§Q -Camphor, 
Rasakesa(sa)ra 

Rasakora SIQg^l Q© — Sweetmeat balls made 

^PiWfal ^FKfcT by the scrapings of cocoanut 

kernel soaked in syr up. (Q — Q^ct €SO| 

Q3 GQT$Q— *. 9- — Mqsj GQ?%Q— Dalliance; 
Kasa kautuka amusements in connection 

IGW££$Q — G9G©%9) with love, 

Rasa kautuki Fond of dalliance. 

$9 0I9I— *. 9 <9.9,€Q.) — Q§9 QsfQWQ 60© 6 

Rasa krJ r£a G9?Q?I9 §<$<& — Dalliance ; various 

acts of merriment between loversj 

feats of gallantry, 

QQS1Q— G9. 9— ©S>GQ Sg€> QS^f— 

Rasa khai Fried paddy soaked in syrup of white 
f5&3 sps^l feft^Stent sugar. 

.■qmiqq — e. 9— sac* oiw gaai^(§. a) 

Rasakharpara Antimony. 

€>3 ci$(6>)©°— G<3>. 9IQm (S Q9flQ© # «Qqa§a§)— $q 
Rasagar<ii(li)tm €1§»^I— Oozing of juice, [q — 

^wtfrra? Q8 «$©• eie° sis* (etiai gsioi g^iq G«ta§ 

QQ a§)(S>)^l — G9. 9 — G?W ^Qi^ QS Wo 
Rasagar^i(2i)ba 6991 — The oozing of juice 
3WS1 <ydM^5ir from a thing. 

[S9 QQ99I, €19 ©??>QI, QQ GQIQQI — ttGi^a] 
(Qfl 99l[«l]Q9l, QS 5>$<§HQ9I, QS ©£II§M, Q3 

Q9IQ9)— <qi%p) 

Q9QGS QQ— ff. 9— €]<33QSQ QQdl^Q «l^fti G9© QQ — 

Rasagata jwara Fever due to the excess of 
gastric juice in the system. 

Q% CI®— ST. 9~ CWQ9; QQ O — 

Rasagandha Bdellium; gum myrrh. 
G,sa<89— S, 9— <■ 1 QSG$ (G9«) — 1- Rasagandha 

Rasagandhaka (See), j \ $$q — 2, Sulphur, 
*> I QSI«9 (§. a)— 8. Antimony v I «$ 

G91Q (8. «) — 4- Myrrh. * | §op (Q.a) — 

5. Vermilion. 


Rasa garbha Witty; humorous* 5 1 919m QS6Q 

[GjqOQQ-asw 9ia%9] a$ — 2. Sentimental. *l 

QI9IQ flMgo Q3GQ 9.5—3. Full of juice 

inside. *. 9— l I €&!«© ( G9« )— 1 

Rasanjana (See), ? I ©era (C9«) — 2, 

Hingula. (See). 

Qe q.(Gai)«(sD-e9.9 to. ot+schoq)— ^GeoicQ 

Rasa gu(go)la(lla) g|© 6 ©©GQ a» QqsJIQH©! 
^ICttHl 3^ICi — A kind of sweetmeat. [ q> — 

Q^QIQQ! I ] 

Rasagraha Tongue. 

Q3 g9«l— e. ^ (pq) 0© v )— ^ I Q^fil 6 9IQ1IQQ QQ 

Rasa grahana ?tgQff*^l. Enjoying the 

(Q99'><3 — W. C) sentiments or wit of a writing 

(sggifM— 9a. ^1) or speech — > I W 39^1— 2* 

Enjoying the taste or relish. *> f gisig^di 

— 4. Collecting the essence from a thing, 

QgQ— g-. ©— ssrS; Slflr^tl — Borax, e. ^tfl — Q90ISQ 
Rasaghna — Destroying the juice or sap. 

qq qSQi -G9' « — aiasfi sa^i^p «qqi — 

Rasa ohakhiba To taste the sweetness of a 
^WSfti, !PI^W«f ^Rt i*MJ«MI thing. 

Rasa chi(chu)purdiba ^l^lti ®Q9l — l.To press 
^ift^^BH out juice from a thing. > I ( Sftsaeiia 
^e fi-j t ^ ^Tj 6 eiflr) G«f^l^ 5^iQ 91" 915 ^ aqjc« 
^H^Nsn fliya\c^Qi sqooi^ <?i9iQ gQQi ^1 
Qaeqci QQQI— 2. ( figurative and ironi- 
cal ) To bring out or enjoy the tender 
or sweet sentiments out of a person or 
thing. [Q— ^§0Q QSfliaCQ 9% Sfi9l, Q3- 

Sl5l?l, Q9 e«S9l, Q^^9I, QQ 9^94, 
QQ &GH9QiaQ^<] I] 

qq ocCsn— gq.« (Qio)— Qof^9 q^ q9q agqo 

Rasa chumbiba Qi QasftQ «a9l— To enjoy 

^«2f^et^H <H'^MHI the sweetness or humour 

{£&§<$€ 9Q9I— a9i%9) Of a thing. 

Qg©— e. 9^1 — Q^Q ^qa — Produced from Rasa 

Rasaja resulting from Rasa, 3°. 9 — * * 

6SI<S©; %*Q} Q9 — 1. Blood. ^ I q^lQIS — 

2* Insects born of fermentation of. 


©Q©©<1 


( **« ) 


©3©li^ 


liquids. ■ | oQlq ©,©«l©l© QlSltf— 
3, Animalculae produced in liquids* 
* I CS&Qg Qq© GISI^— 4. Animalcnlae 
produced in blood. * | q$— 5. Molas- 
ses; treacle. ? | q$Q q\$ (§. a) — 6. The 
dregs of wine. 9 | Qqifcg (§. a) — 

7. Antimony. 
QQftfin— 3. ©«t <*fl1)— SSOi© (G©€l) 

Rasajanya Raaajata. (See) 

Qg ©I©— e.^tfl (ks>1 ©©)— Q9^_ Qqq — Produced 
Rasa jata from Rasa. *. © — t I (^| ©©) ©S- 
93 9—1- Multitude or collection of 
Rasa. y\ (*al©©J qg|fto <9.s) — 2. Anti- 
mony. 

«W-ht,HT (©a+Q. al%+«s'. «h— * I q© 

RasajEa Q9« ©39IG© qfl«f— 1. Able to appre- 

[Q9ig|©l — «KM^9] ciate wit. } I QS ©g^C© 

[09®— 41] *IQ$ — 2. Understanding the wit 

[Q3#©|(3) — ©] or sentiment, m \ 9|ft|©Q — 

3. Social, * I ©W; qflQ (®. a) — 

Skilful; expert. s. q— m ©© — *• Poet* 

? I Q§©— 2. Witty person. • | qg© — 

3. Thoughtful person, v \ ©913© fll^G© 

8£© — 4*. Chemist; alchemist. * | QgiqQ 

oi si©© ©$© ®<aa ago 6 gs^ia ©§©ig© 

q$ — 5. A physician expert in mercurial 

treatment. 
Q08-*. 9. *l («*+«■ *^-»- ©$.»+*)-! I ©gai 

Rasajfia ©©— 1. Tongue. > , acf,ffqi (^ Q j_ 
2. The Ganges. <r. m— Qfl«Q tfftCr— 
Feminine of Rasajna. 

qq a©— e. © (9fl1 ©©)—<. I ©sG©ia ; QaiQg^QQ|_ 

Rasa jnana 1* Ability to appreciate wit or 
sentiment. 3 I Q9 g^G* «©— 2. Know- 
ledge about Rasa. 
QQ SjQ— <?. ©— *i aa©?© qio 6«i©ig©i<s^£j©©q- 

Rasa jwara 1. Fever due to intemperance 
or indigestion. J \ qiq ©q— 2. Moon 
feverj filarial fever. 

©Q tthQ— ».©(?«! «©) — «jQ Qq ~ *• The sweet 
Rasajyeshta taste. 21 fld©©l — 2. Sweetnes3, 

* | SIQ€9 3 €CT|QM— 3. The sentiment 

of love. 

Q«I9(©)Q|(©|)— 6Q. ©- f ftBiqQ 9$6Q fri© ©$fc ©I 
Rasada(di)ba(bba) ^^ — A small circular 


6c*MC*W 5*if(TfrTr)W s*W tin boxj a tin 

©g^Q) J a ^ 

QS©®QI— G© - ©— ©*©I0© <G©S) 

Rasa tardaka RasatSnaka (See) 

Q«i9©cr — s # . © (^.a©)— ©©crqae© £49991 ©*©©f- 

Rasataranga Wit compared to a wave 4 

G©. ©— QG9Q©» Q©© a^aWQIQWGm 
Name of a poem by the Oriya poet 
Upendrabhanja, [ o — <\<$\ «9<?| 

aa©GQ ©€>© f <i9i% aai a©©l ©9©©a° 

©©£) I } 
Q9 ©lOQ — SP. 9 (S^W QS §€© 6WI% ©I© ©109 

Rasa tsnaka Gq« ) i$$ fle'ieqawafl; q« 

s*i\svt»«?} CQq — Infantile convulsiODs. 

Q^ G©Ot— 9°. Q— ^Q; Q9— 

Rasa tejah Blood 

QQQ — G?G9. ^ (ffl . QqQ v » 39© GQetQ^l) — t I 

Rasad G&?1?il©^ QaQ9! SI9^ fll 19^915191 — 

3*W ^^ 1. Victuals supplied to the army_ 
5 I cctQq age© 89! §i©flai©$r ©?^!Q«l©or 

9iq ©3!€»lfl©l «1QiIQ— 2. Victuals supplied 

to offioiale on tour, 

QQO-g*. M. $? (Q9 + QI 01^+04. «)— e g«9(^© 

Rasada 1 Giving pleasure. 5 | gg|^ (@.€l.)- 

(esoi— il) 2. Sweet. q°. 9. ¥— eeao(Q.€i) 

A physician. 

Rasada Feminine of Rasada. [ ©_QgQ| qqq 

QTO1©1— ff. M. £L* (Q9©l© QQ ^91. «.©) — G9 
Rasadata §9iqGQ ©qa^* qp 91 *K?q Q e | 
[ qw»1— 41 ] ©q< — Producing sentiment of 

love in the heart. 
Qg©l©-_ *. q (^p ©c v )-Qgga q^ q\ q$q ^©qe© 
Rasadana ©I© ©Q©l — Producing sentiment or 
love in the heart g©. 9— ©©Ql© 3 QQq<g 

€Q€IQ gpaiQI© — Allowing a person to 
have the pleasures of sexual enjoyment, 

Q8Q;ca -g©. ©0. 4° 6 41 (»- qwi©0— e i ©g©i©i 

Rasadani (G9«) — 1« Rasadata, (See) ^ | q^q 

^Pft^ ^r^Pit aal© — 2 » ^ u11 of tender senti- 
ments. 
©Q©iq[q13— G©. «<l (*?. ©Q©iq©) — ©^©l©l (G©«> — 
Rasadaya[yJ] Rasadata. ( See ) [ Q— g©tq 


©Q QIOQI 


( 9*i+ ) 


Q3€)$ 


Vftffi K&m$ QWWQ 9t€j, 38 69IQSI QS9ISJ I 

©9©ia. qa©© 1] 

©3QI6QI — e. 9 (Q9+9©. *l§.=69tf9l+©& Q©+ 

RasadalikS a) — 4©g©|© a# ( 9Q9«I ) — A 

species of sugarcane (with yellow rind) 

Qg g£— 9. 9 (c$©i©. $>ql ©©J— agsg ©q QQflqsa 

Rasa dushti a|Q © $991 © @q qqi«3 — The 

deterioration of tbe vital sap or cbile 

of tbe body. 

QQ G9IQ— 9. 9 (9^1 QG); 91 9fll ©©)— « I SCNSI© 
Rasa dosha qqq «a©§©| — 1. The evil effect of 

amorous sentiment. 2 I ©OQlQ *I8©£ 
CG8S — 2 A kind of defect in composi- 
tion, [gj-cgq q$ row Q<3© aaoe sia© 
©s© ©191 Q^wra wiflGQ a©§© $« i ©s- 

G©l<a ©l©i©a | Q$a«i^ga©©l©<iGW, 9*^- 

©SlIGfrQ 9J©|, «©IQQQ91B©I, §©^.©lg©l, 

Q$©99&£| 6 QGICTQ a©93© gai© I ] 

©G Wl§— 9. 9—^ I aisjQ— 1. Mercury, j \ aqjQg 

Rasa dhatu ©$ ©|9© al^— : 2. Tbe chyle or 

gastric juice in the body. 

€}QQ— 9. 9 (Qs v ai§+q9. a©) — ? 1 aqi©© 3 q,a©l- 

Rasana 1. Tasting. 5 | a$ — 2- Sound. • j 

dOQ— 3. Sounding. v|( + ©Qtf 9©) 

©© (§. €».)— 4. Tongue. * | ©sr (fi.«> 

5. Phlegm. 
QQ ©fo)©— G9.9 (9. ©*+©©©) — ©3G©I© (C9«) 
Rasa n»(la rgu Rasakora (See) 


QQ ©Q— 9. 9 (^9©)— ©QiqQGQ G©l$g©l ©9 — 

Rasanadi RaBa flowing like a river. 

©q©l— a\ 9( ©tf ai$— «ia©i + ©Qsi. a©+a )— 

Rasanft v I ©$l 3 ©©— 1. Tongue. j j q||. 

GYMIQI5 GtiflO; Miq$>lj QC^WlQj ©£lt— 

2 A Woman's girdle; waist-chain. (© — 

©SCI QStglQ $©S ©Q 9G9© CAIS^ 

©9?|a\ eeaiq o^ t © dlo • i qq (g©«0— 

3. Rasna (See) v | q$©©| 3 agi^ls*©!— 
4k A ereeper 3 Paederia Foetida. * | 
©ft; 0^9—5. Rope, p 1 gfia— 6, Noose. 
9 I ©919 ( Q. 3. )— 7. Reins-, bridle. 
G©. 9.— 9gg; ©IWWG««-A kind of 
musical instrument. [ gj— 'QI9IQ* ©<a 
fl <SQ ©3©l 3© ©G©— CHI. G§G9«aS9©iq I ] 


©3©tg — fl\ 9 (^l1 ©©) *-©$!© W^©— 

Rasanagra The tip of the tongue. 

QQQ1 qeftH— 9°. 9^ ( £$ ©© )-9l© qjEKai— 
Rasana ohapalya Impertinence; hastines 9 

regarding speech. 

Qd ©1a— s\ 9 (p^l e©)— qjqq — 

Rasa natha Quick silver; mercury. 

Rasana pada ©©^—Buttocks. 

Q3©l©— q°. 9— ©SI®© (G9«) 

Rasanabha Rasanjana (See). 

Qg ©tq©-^ 9— <M 1 9$ ©<?) ^9; 5I9IGQ9- 
Rasa nayaka 1, Siba. ^ | (9$ ©©) 3|QQ (9.€) — 
2. Mercury. [ ^ — ©g© «& CS 9N9 

SQ(? G9©8 «G& 1 ] 

9S©i q©— e. 9 (995IQ; Ga ©goi^iq Q9 ©cq ; 

Rasana raba aai© Gd Q^qj©) — DSl (§. fl) — 

Bird. 
QQ©iQ Q© — ©©. ^ — ©QS© — Vocal reverberating 
Rasanara swana sound produced by females 
Sgqjftfc wagging their tongues and producing 
333»CTT a ringing sound^ on ceremonial occa- 
("S^^l ?©— 3°. ^.a] sions. [Q — 919^511© 9© 
qgQ Q9W1Q q© I Q&. G?G9^9©IQ ] 
Q30l^»— 9°. 9S (MOI + ftfl. alW+OQ=«QTOI6l* 
Rasanalit vfll. V©)— ©a ©Q"Jiq €^eil<3— Lick- 
ing. q°. q — q$$ — The dog, 

©Q «»^(9i)9©l~G©. 9— ©g©q[g»9i (G9<S) 

Rasa niu(ga)idiba Rasa chipurdiba. (See) 

^e ©©i«i©i-G©. ■£— (©1©) «©i© ©Q G99^ Q§ 

Rasa nikSliba §9IQ9I— To cause bleeding by 
tWra^T iHftcTaifr beating. 

©fl MMA9KG9. 9— aai©l99IQ G99%©g G©l^©l — 
Ras^ nikiliba Bleeding due to hurt, 

99 ©a ^©i^s©. 9 ( *. ©3 ©a r fl© >-qq ©iGQ^^Ga 

Rasa nigir^iba 9©©l — The dripping of juioe. 

QQ ©4J-q # . 0. gr 6*1— qa8©5 Qq©©lQ| 9-*§ — 

Rasa nidhi A person full of gallantry or love or 

tenderness, gQ. 9— ^G90Q8«i QflQIfl^© 

©9 <3©Q8Qr Q©© *9» ©|©i— Title of an 

Oriya poem by poet GhanabhaSja. 


19* v 


©*©6©©© 


( 9*19 ) 


©99$ 


©S ©G©©©— «.9— (^1 ©9)~a9«» 9i§ ©9$gq Qsaej 

Rasa nibedana Q|Q«»|9Q g«ia — Speaking witty 

things to a person. (Ml- «Q§©OIG9 ©a 

&G99©, asq ! <j omso © ©q 6©ao I ) 

©9 ©^0— S. .9. ($%] Q©> — CQf«l9 Qj©i§ S3 ©«99l- 
Rasa nirgama The oozing of Rasa from a 

(w ©sfa© «©i%a) thing. 

€}0«q— q. 9 (ftQ »l%f©£ IKaq)— * IO«!l G9SIQ 
Rasanlya Qeq$— -L. Fit to be tasted. 3 I qgi^ 
— 2, Sweet. <n \ Qq9(Q ©§9q— 3. Taste- 
ful) relishing. 
©QG©§q-S. 9. ($0©. Q3©l-G©£|)—Q§l— Tongue; 
Rasanendriya the organ of taste. 

©S 98© — tf. ©— *GQIt ©99 83191©— A n aggregate 
Rasa paRcbaka or collection of 6 sentiments. 
60. 9— ©G0GQS© ©©© ©l9*9Ga<S— 
Name of a poetical work by Upendr* 
bbanja. [q^o^q flofllQfiJ »©* «S3 
MI^Gfl ©^^©j© €9'Q ©€>© 6©l©*i l] 
©q 9©— e, 9,(?$l ©©)— * i <£<aa1s; oqoi (fi. a) — 

Rasapati 1. The moon. > | q$| (@. a) — 
2. King, w | a!Q© (§. a) — 3. Mercary. 

v I .dCHQ eg (Q. a;—*. The erotic 

sentiment* 

©q 9!© — ff. 9. ($$1 ©©)—<. i Qgq aq $19 §£|©9i 

Rasa paka — l fc Boiling of a juice, ? | «|QT 

91® ©Q «|<§ C9IQ 9$6© 3Q^© G<3>9l — 

2. The digestion of chile into blood. 

©9 ©[©©--a'. 9— * I ^9~1. Molasses; treacle. 

Rasa pakaja 9 1 Q© (@, a) — 2. White sugar. 
«W8I9I©- G9G9. 9 (3°. — ©flisiqj-- ©1091 ©«ai»^ 
Rssapatal — Hospital, [q~ 6©I$G© 

otib, gqqsi ©<s ?— toqwito. aasn^i 

?toq«3 1] 

©Q 9!9 — ?. 9(?$( ©9)— ei 9©*9|© — 1. Drinking of 
K asa pana juice or wine. j\ (©fl©©)qji© fla 9|G — 
©39iq|(££) ) -1. The drinking of honey 

QasHS^aftt) f ^ from flowers (by a bee). 

©90© -€©- 9<l(ff.QQ9$) — 9Q% Q£6Q ©4 OS! *H4 — 
Rasapura Full of eentiments or wit. [€$-— 

we?it ^ta<i£wr 6©$ d|o gs9l<a 6©$©s©V, 

(£9Q$ — ao^a) G© ©S9©6© 91 €9K> «>©*— 

$,&©!£». qsqsiqcr 1] 


©q £J3 — 3. 9— ai©9% 9g© 99-H968S— A prepara- 
Rasapnshpa tion of mercury- [© — «$©, 

QIQ ^Q^igiq <^i gg© §<J; ®«aGQoea i ] 

Rasapurnna 1. Fall of juice5 juicy. 51 Q3flq- 

2* Witty^ full of sentiments. 

Rasaprachara Full of juice. 

QQ Q!€ 4 53'^— 9. 9. (?$ ©©)— «; gi^H (go*) 
RasaprSchurjya Rasadhikya (See) 

Q3^g— S. W. 4° (99^Q)— <• I WQQq— 1. Fond 
Rasa ptiya of wine 

(Qgg ^1—^,1) 5 I Q§Q-2 Wittyj humorous. 

Rasaphala ETC; fl.Q. CO. )— e I Ql€)e©«» — 

1. Cocoanut 3 I «sTqi { 8. a. ) — 

2* Em belie myrobalan 

Qg Gffai- 69.9— «©fl©iQ 9^,^ 9qeQ 9^q siiqq9I 

Rasa phenS ga-^i -A kind of sweetmeat soaked 
*i«l*rt ^<traT insyrup, [ Q— QSO QI^J 

«a1* 1 ] 
Qg Qf «i— gq- 9 (3». ta 4 9^1)— aiw 9t Qg<a?o 

Risa ba^iki q$q\ _ A pill made of mercury 
(ft 89^ — €9. ^0) or poison, 

Q<3 9©|(qj— 69. 9— (3V Q3 + 9SQ)— qS?Q ©I 9©Q 
Rasa bar^a(ra) QqgQ 591 G9IQ?!*' 991— 

«i^l Wm* - Cake soaked in syrup. 

Q39Q-- S.9. 91 (£19 + 9©) — VI Gd}^! 91 «Qal» Q9 91 
Rasabat ^993^, — \ % Consisting of a secon- 
dary feeling or sentiment. 9 I 999$ — 
2. Full of juicej juicy. « | ^j|^; qjiftQ — 

(999^ — 9) 3. Sweet; well-flavoured, v J q9 
99^—4. Sentimental. * | q^©0$ — 
5. Tasteful, ^, 9— 9i9i|Q9l« 96^^ (6S1Q 
9©ffl€«! ^9' Qafl 90 6 'gtf Vl1%©9 
91 agaiOftiq, fiig ^<— Name of a figure 
of speech in rhetoric 

Q3Qa— e. 961. ti (W+QO^+A $)-«. I Q«9S%i; 

Rasabati &qfl^|— l t Full of Rasa. 3 I Q9tfl«i9SI; 

(WI© — %°) %Q«3—2. Charming. ^. 9, ffl^- 

t I €i^ ©I— -1. A woman of taste and 


&Wfil 


( **K9 ) 


9q9€*9Q9l 


wit, ,> | aiGQiOl— 2 Cooking room; 
kitchen, e. 9—^1 99 WflO^i 9-lfl$9 "9IQ 

1. Name of a poetical work by poet 
^yj^t Abhimaayu of Orissa„ y \ (tf. ©qe§'©|) 
^SHR^ft 939991 (69«)— 2. Rasabalita, (See) 
Q99«|r-3. 9<a (*. QQ9© «fi?)— 99© (C9«) — 

Rasabanta Rasika. (See) CO. 93 — QQ9& W9; 
*PWW qfl^Q— Sweet; palatable, [q — Q§© Q91 
*3mr G^WI 9*9$ G9IQ I <j«? 0( a>. fl9IQQ9. 

Q€l ©£>©!— 69. 9 (9°. Q3 6 9^91 91 9^1)— 9Q99QU 
Raea. ba]ita 9I« a^GQ ©a a$Q9l OiQ* £©GQ 
^19PW3W1^ 91^9 qsdsiq 9Q| QIQ991 ^ 9§}Q1 — 
^HfaM t A long wick roiled with gunpowder to 

ignite fireworks, 

£jq 9gQ — a\ 9S (9§9l9)— 3§GQ Qq 3^9 €JI<1 
Rasa babula Abounding in juice, 

(QS9§©I— $1) [QS9$©0l, Q«l$Qi — 9] 

Qg 91©- 3°. 9 (9. 9. SQj 991*91 99991©)— 39919 j 

Resa bata G99G9 OTHIQ1 0©0 C999I 91© — 

Rheumatism. 
Q« ©|Q — «•- 9 ( 9- 9. QQ )— £99©|fl^ 96319921©— 

Rasa bSda Witty saying or conversation. 
-9»l©-3*. 9tf- V— ^ ' "49; 9^—1* Juicy. 

Rasabln 9 I ©Q© (60«l) — 2. Rasika. (See) 

(MS©!— *)) * I q%©9S^i— 3-Tasteful. v|9Q€i— 

4 Well-flavoured, 
^g Q$q — Q°. 9 (#Sl ©9) -©I© 9991— 

Rasa bikraya Selling of toddy. 

99 ©dq1— B\ 9«- 9!— C9 ©i§> 9S9~ 

Kasa bikrayi . Selling toddy. 

(9Q9S«OI— aOiqfl) [QWS^ll - $J] 
Q3 9G99-S°. «>— Q9 90" (G9<a) 

Rasa biebcbheda Rasa bhanga. (See) 

19996 qa— ®91%9) 
€)g©QOIQ— q% 9— QMOI (WO— Rasalfja. (See) 
Rasabiuoda G9. 9—99 <39$S 9ISQT 9©ffl 
QtlKj}? 91^1 9<3£j9 99i93 — Name of a 
poetical work by poet Dmakrushria- 

•Qg9G9i^a-G9. 9^1 (g\ 939GQK3)— G<a gkgq 

Rasabinodia 9S919 9G9; QS©— Merry; 
^>i^WlfW3T witty. 69. 9— a$§— Srlkrushna. 
*&firitfelT [ $ — 999SJ12I, QS9G9I98I Q3GQ © 


Q*969iqj— 9T [ __ JW 9« I. Q9f3i. a© I© |) 
9a©69lw-« } 9 °-° 9 

Qe 9@-^a*. 9 ($q1 ©©)— q«»^ (gq«) 

Rasa biuddhi RasSdhikya. (See) 

Q«G9<§fl-G9, 9—4999(9 WWfc— 

Raaabsni A kind of musical instrument 

• * 

QQ G9U9— S\ 9 (99+941 4II%+Q<f.a©) — «M(©.fl)- 

Rasa bedhaka Gold. 

Q963I&— S*. 9 (9$ ©©, )— «gfl©5 93IQ99; ««Kjv- 

Rasabodha ^^9©!^ 9l9*t|9Q 9QQ^S« ®9 91 

a^TQQ — Knowledge or understanding 

of the sentiment of a literary pieeej 

experience of literary taste. 

QQ G9l(9)99l— G9.9 (*. Q<a + 9$» al^)— Q3^J39€3— 

Rasa bocba)hib» The oozing of eap or juice. 

QQ«J€I— 69. 9 (9*. QSQCf) — Q99Q 1 (€9«) 
Rasabhagna Basabhanga (See) 

Q3 QCT — Q w , 9 (?q1 ©9 )— ^. I QS 9^e« 9<»lClt9 9| 
Rasa bhanga g©9©— "1. Interruption in the 
QQQCT© I enjoyment or continuance 

Q998© f ^ of a Fentiment ; the marring 

of the enjoyment of a particular senti- 
rrcnt. 5 ! <9g9IQ 95 (9l9ti9G;g) WQQ 
SIGQOQI €9Q^[9t Qfl^GQ Wpaqp Q29 
•«0©IQ«I — 2. The introduction of an 
opposite or jarring sentiment while one 
sentiment is being discussed or enjoyed. 
[Saf-eplQQg© SJCCSOOI 6991 QQ^GQ 99a 
91 GQT^Qg© «99IQtf|; W»©9Q aGQO^l 
93^GQ QS^IQ© Q^3 «9©IQS| !] V I 9I9M9 
90919 69IS9G3S — 3. A defect in composi- 
tion where a governing sentiment is 
marred by a jarring sentiment. v I^S © 
3<rgi€Q QgciGQCFI <© Q9Q ^giWQ!©SQ 
£©«! ^Gqa) Qg© «9©!Qtfl— 4. The intro- 
duction of an opposite or discordant 
taste when one is tasting some thing, 

[9 j — b]©i 6?oiGasGQ, cjifa6 al©|ga<tGQ 

6 gat 6 9 0i aaiGQ €&9GQa as i] 

QQQcr ©«)9i— G9. 3-©eqdQ«Q ^03199919 q^i- 

Rasabhanga kariba Q9Q6Q 9 C «<3I© ©qlQ9l — 
?We*44t <MMff^^ f To mar or interrupt 


Q9Q0 


( 9»ir ) 


CQ QW 


tbe enjoyment of a sentimen t or taste 

by the introduction of a discondact or 

Jarring one. 

Q3Q9 — s\ 9<s (Q3+$ ai^+©$. «)— Q^ Qq<a; 

Rasabhaba Qsei©— Produced from Rasa. 

0*. 9— Q§; ^<IQ — Blood. 

©e«Q— gq. «a— QaaJ; ©to$ srai©— 

Rasabhara J u i c y5 ma °* sentiment. 

QQ ©<3 — ST. 9 (£<i ©©!— GWPj GIQQQfl — 
Rasa bhasma Calx or oxide of mercury. 

QQ GQSi— *°. « (^1 ©©) — OTQ«9I9©— 

Rasa bboga Enjoyment of a Rasa. 

SQ GQO-G9. $ (*. Q9 6 Q9©)— QQWQ© ©%q©F 
Rasa bhola ©i§q Qifij Ql QQ^©I— Madness or 
3*tW5l forgetiulness which overcomes a 

<UNHVpUl IRsfl person while enjoying a Rasa. 
^F^TO GQ. 9€) — Q9I^IQQQQ QQ^— Maddened 
mvfrlf, rSOTCT with the enjoyment of Rasa. 

QS GQ»I— 69. 9®— Q3GQ© (TO«) 

Rasabhola Rasabhola. (See) 

QQ flag— e. Q -Oft Q« G$<?1Q QI£|QQiq©l9lff<? 9«q 
Rasamanjari ©g/| 9Q§j^' M© Off $Ga<3 — 
Name of a Sanskrit work classifying 
the different classes of heroes or heroi- 
nes in literary compositions, [q _ <<$\q 

G9 <q©*©9 1 <39iq. qqooo <?ct©isq 

MJQI© ©Q«S§ €9. 9— Q68Q Q8Qf gal© 
a«?Q ©spiral 9<aq© aQigg (a$a 

«9©r£©) — Name of an unpublished 

poetical work by Upendrabhanja 

about rules of metres and prosody. 

Rasamaya 1. Juicy, s j ei91QS S§— 2, Full of 

(€JWq| — ^]) sentiments. •» | €993^-3. Full of 

love. 

Qfl flQ© — *. 9. (G§W>) — 3IQ9S4, ©8J9 ©«©l 9^% 
Rasa marddana G^€IIWHJ BOi Qg 9GCT 9siQ 
MQ ©| ©QQ>I 5 aiq^ ©qo!q,©3 9QS1© 
©Qgt— The powdering of mercury; reduc- 
tion of meroury into black powder by 
powdering it with another substance. 
[q — o^^c s©Gq gaqci siq 6 as© <»©a 
«e*G$ aw© <©a©iQ q©q QQia(©^o1) 

gq^ ?« i ] 


QQ flfi— fl,^. (^1 ©©)— 3<3Q$ S@«© G©|flS 3©iQQ> 
Rasa mala flQ (fleil — Q^l, fl*, €39, Q&, ©%1©©> 

~Any kind of excrement. 
QQ flIQQI- *. © ($3I ©©)—©?! (§. a)— 

Rasa mfttruka Tongue. 

Q9 flIQfl— e. 9. (G3^©) (f^l ©©) — t 1 8iQ<3> 9IQSJ 

Rasa marana aiq qiqqi- Sttaief 9IQQ ©<<$$© 

©Q9I 9^ OI9IQ eaWQ— 1- Refining 

of mercury$ aofc of neutralising the evil 

effects of mercury by certain operations 

5 I OIQQ^ggQ <Q SQIQ 9«a— 2. A kind 

of mercurial preparation- 

Q« flIOl— «r. 9-floi ©^ (Q. Q) — 

Rasa mala Liquid amber. 

QQ ^0(01)— 7.9 (G^©)(^1 9©) — %. I BIS<5 fllQ« 
Rasa murchchhana(na) — l.Act of refining mer- 
(QQ GQia* — SQtQa) cury for medicinal purposes- 
9 I 9|GQ^ <3g© ^*3a QG€J'3— 2. A sort ofr 
medicinal preparation from mercury. 
QS OT**I - «r. 9 — 3© «W <90 9a©, 3QJQ q§ 
Rasa majtrl Qgj^\QOQQ q« J^ §<> ^Q QQQ 
Q3q§ 9oO (ft. «)— Judicious mixture 
of two articles of different taste, result- 
ing in the article being much relished. 

[ sae» — «ti sea* 3©iq, «gi gccr s^q 

^9©«> i] 

Q3 qgt— 69. ^ ( ^. Q* * oa )— t i ecp ^9 5 «cr 

Rasaranga oiflQl- a$t QQ®t« — 1- Jesting > | 
WW ^^T Qgq^9t^i-2. Wit and humour. 

Q9 Q«filj QQ QGGT<r— *J ) 

Q^ Q<3I9Q— GQ. 9—^. I aqp^G9ig Qf©t 9GS« — 

Rasa ratnakara 1. A kind of medicinal pill. 

J I «©m^q Q©q« — -- ^Excessive sexual 

pleasure [ gj — 6"§G9tt ol©^ «gs;?!lQSi 

QQQ§3 - TO* 9 (W©«3 «• €J3 * Q^Si)— Q^ 6 
Raaarahasa ^9^j QO 6 999 H j ' h QCai3 3 G©!^© — 
^^Hj Sport and jest; amusement. 

Qg Q@g«»— ^. Q~<. I QgS9« {QQ^)- 1- Rasarahasa 
Rasa rahasya (See 1 * ^ I €»q ^«1q «©^l» Qhfl^ — 
2, The secrets about the Rasas. 


Q9Q 


( - *»•*<! ) 


Qg§9 


QSQ— G9. 9-€9fe? 9i§ Q9SQ 91 ftfGQ 91 313169 ®^ «9, 
Rasara Q69 — A person who manufactures 
C^ (&CT? ^fa ^>£3 ornaments or articles of tin or 
afcm ^rm^tirmST lead; tinman. 

QSQQ— g°. 9 (93l 09; QS SAGS filfl)— ^ I 9199 — 
Raj-araja l.Mercury. 9 I 9gl$Q— 2. Anti- 
mony. «• 1 «999j acriQejg— 3, The 
erotic sentiment in literature v | 8|QQ, 

aso 6 ©3,199 ja se^oocQ sgo ®sa96ag 

4, A kind of medicinal preparation. 

69* 9— $§999) 9§9©9 19% egft 

q§q. q$Q9 — A person eminent for 

wit, taste or sentiment. [^ — 9gQ9 $© 

Q€ilS3 9Q, €9N?GC% G9!9|QQl9aqC»-- 

flagjjo. Q$©193 1] 

€W$9— *•. 9d— Q§© (W«) 

Rasarupa Rasika (See) 

qciWtQ — €?e9. 9 (at QqiQ=«AiGq«gt 6391+919) 

Rasal-d&r «4|€^L 6391* ©i^Q —A captain of 
^o^Tl^ RuHKK cavalry . 

Q€IQ@— 3°, Q — 9IQQ (§. a.) 
Ra sala ha Mer cury. 

Q3 «*(9)9Q— €9- 9 («•. M+Mqp — 936^39 91 
Rasa la(na)hasa 9g|Q|9Q c?l© — Course of 
<tCwN*'4fr amusement or sport. [ g#! — q* Qq- 
WWSte) Q^aGQ «$LG€>$LC9C9 9211 9©a& l] 

QS QGT— g\ 9 (fl.aGq)-ai99€Q9l 4&Q S£L3 393CT- 
Rasa linsja An image of Siba made of gold 

or quicksilver, 

OT flJQI— g°. 9— 9gi3(9Gq«l69 gfl^ 9SIQ9I — 

Rasa lilS Sporting in the enjoyment of Rasa. 

69. 9— $99*S OOIQIq 6«l«fcQ «I9© $91 

AIIWIQ1 ^9WQ 9S0QSJ Q©9 69a 019. 

QI9««— Name of a small Oriya poem by 

poet Bhubaneswara ofG-anjam, f<> — 9SQ- 

■QWWPTO a<n|9SsSQ < 99m 90© ij 

Q9 qo— ST.9^) (««[l 99)-«> i Q*?N 3$^ - l.Attract- 

Rasa lubdha ed by Rasa. } \ $&GQQ 9Q9IQIQ* 

(9gfcj9t— $) 6Q3J— 2- Coveting for the enjoy- 

* ment of R sa. 

Rasa lubdhaka The bee. 


(Q^eqq|— Mwqq) 


9Q© I Gqa 91 QOI9IQ 699% 


Rasa lekha Name of a poem by Upend ra 

BhaRja. 

Q9 sioi— <?. 9.—^ 1 ( aa©9 w 1 q ) qgicp* 

Rasa sSla a<3g|9|Q — 1. Chemical laboratory. 
' I SloaiOl — 2. Cook-room; kitchen. 

Qg en$— e. 9 (a. a. 6Q)— 9gicj» an (§. s)— 

Rasa sastra Chemistry* alchemy. 

Q€l G€IIU© — *. 9 (^(| ©$) — t l Qq g|Q«a ( q^ ) 
Rasa sodhana 2. Rasa mar ana ( See ) 

(93 GSHaQ— 9«1) 9 I SStfi tiatill— 2. Borax. 

Q3 G«N«— Q*. 9 (WJ OO) — M^LGfllSsl— Sucking- 
Rasa soshana the juice, essence or water. 

eg Gaieoi— 

m 6€><a«i qqq 1) 
qq ^QO-g*, 9 (9^91^)— 9$ (§.«)— 
Rasa sambhaba Blood. 

QeeQsa-Q 9 . 9. (^1 ©©)— ^^915 g^^iw 

Rasa samrakshana aiQ9S) eQia©^ 9©^, 9$G d 

999961 (§. €l)— The fourfold processes 

of purifying and refining and oxidising 

mercury according to the Ayurbeda. 

Qe QIQQ— s # . 9 ( %99 )— * I 9l9i Qq^a g|dQ— . 

Kasa sigara 1. Sentiments compared to a sea, 

(Q9 9«— a9nq.a) 9 I (p%] GO) Q§99Q -2. An 

. eminent person of wit and gallantry. 

Q3 qiQ— a*. 9. ( 9fl1 ©9 )— t I 3199—1. Mercury. 

Rasa sara ^ t e^q Qg— 2. An eminent Rasa. 

* I (9%\ ©9) 9^Q flrf— 3. The purport 

or pith of a Rasa^ « \ qa ( §. «J. ) — 

4. Honey. 

QQ 3!Q« -». M- ^L°- ( M«IQ+fl ylSL+94. «l ) — 
Rasa satajna QQa> QQ%4Iq 9?a QQ9l^gfld— 
(Qg ai9Q — %1> Capable of realising the tast- 
(99 9IQ@ai — 9) or beauty of a Rasa. 

QS TO— ». 9, q? ( 931 ©9 )— ^ I ea§ Qn§ ©^ 

Rasa siddha dS^Q^q^l g$iq69^S^9Q aiQSQ 

(Q9 9^1—^1) Q€Jtfl© 9Q ai6Q— 1- An alchemists 

? I qg«£j9 99-ilSQ 9l99a C 1 — 2* An expert 

in the science of chemistry; a chemist. 

a*, oa. gr— Q9 aiq 9«qeQ aw^al— 

Skilful or proficient in the science of 

Rasa. 


*9*» 


Q$ §Q> 


( **M ) 


99l(G9)Q9l 


Rasa siddhi s|g,K?GQ 9S#S 9Q8§ 91 qp - 1. 
Special or expert knowledge in alchemy 
or chemistry. J 1 G$S©I9§ GqaQ!Q5 SSKJ9 
gSjl© 9Q0G9 aiOTfi©!— 2. Expert know- 
ledge in the science of preparing excel- 
lent medicines from various ingredients. 

gig 9i qaspQ qSsji 9QGQ ^ QIQ9 03£® 
9GSIS ^@|Q 9 9191 QQ G9GS «39lQ! 33 3l£h 
a»l9 6 <B<fc||9© A a§)G39 9GQ — 
3. Attainment of mastery over the 
science of changing mercury into a 
most potent preparation by the per- 
formance of chemical and mystical 
operations, [q— Gqq WHQQGQ 'SQI^Q 5 
QgO 9QSIGQ ^9QQ $<1 GflQ 99i!^ Qgfq© 
'691(301 6 ©Sfe SI^SQ G39 «9il% ^9$' 

qq §OQ — q\ ©. ( £S$i© te 4 Q3 ■«. 9. GQ )— 
Rasa sindara (G§9*9) CIS9 393 8199 QQ QQ 
©#% 919 Q9l£j9 ^91— Sulphide of 
mercury. [<£- 69l*|9 9|Q9 6 6SI*|9 flS9$ 
<19S Q^flil QQ 9.^ €Q«4 G9IQQ6Q <?Q 
9Q 9iqQiaS 9I§GQ GSIfe Q^O ©a~GQ 
€<9 9GQ G9|©QQ G99G9 QCJ99I %9 eQ|dq> 
34 §QQ G^iqqi <i 6 aiq Q®9 aGcr gsiq^ 
9aift Sg© 9G$ 9191 'fl99U6' $« I g©Qy» 
'Q* %Q$? aQ G9Sl9i<3,9£ q$€Q ^aeoQ* 
«G8flt ^8^1 I «9I cS^ae^ 69l§« 

sa 1 Qq 9q^Q9 9§ oiq i] 
Q93— a*. 9«L (99+31 ai§+9<§. »)— £ 1 ewqg. 
Rasastha Qqis^ *«— l.Juioy. J I Qg gyQQ 
$Q| — 2. Contained in Rasa. 

99 gi9— e, $ ( G9Qt9 )— 1 1 aqQ<aa«i8 $$ qq sq$ 

Rasa sthana SldlQ — 1. The places of the body 

where different Rasas are collected. 

$ I 9& 9 (9 «■) — 2, Vermilion. 

QS 91©— 3. 9 ($ql ©©*)— * I 3SQ ao— 1„ Loss of 
Rasa hSni Rasa, 3 1 Qg^cr ( G93 )— 


2. Rasabhanga (See) 
€,g "$!Q— 3". 9til (^l S»^)— fflQg— 

Rasa hina Juicelessy sapless. 

RasS eilsi^)-"V I aq; ^; qq^—1. The earth. 
[ Q-^j ^9 qp qG% QSiQ— QsqaV 

«©araO» i i QlO I ] ^ I Q9QI; ©91— 

2. Tongue. * | qilfll— 3. Vine, tf | 
fl«QQ©l ; 3ft9fl; %^Q^? 91^9 $€»>I9 
§)£%g> GQSlGQSP — *. Indian olibanum- 
Boswella Serrataj frankincense. ♦ 1 
aid; «9I9Q^ QOI— 5. A creeperj Parera 
root; Stephania Hernandifolia* £ | ZQ- 

Qfl"*! 99^0i9Sa«; %^%«; ^«flQ©WOI- 
6. A wild oreeper ; Tricosanthus Cucu- 
merina. 9 | 9IG9I»1 — 7. A medicinal 
plant; Cocculus Jadicus. r | gia; QO 
ai0^5 ^* — 8 Panicum Italicumj a kind 
of grain, Q| Qq ( §. «. )(G9<a) — 
9. Vanda Roxburghi. ^o | q$<$\ 

(9. a.) (G9«) — 10- A km ^ °^ ra *e herb. 

e?. 1 §oiQ9 ; caqcj^ ( 9. a. )-H- 

Olibanumt liquid amber. 1^ j ^^ 

( 9. a. )— 12. Mango. <.• 1 9<a (g. a.)- 

13, River 
?Wf3 T?Rf G9.9— e I 9^91 9^ (G9«)— 1/The act 

of Basiba (See) . 3 I (3919339) 93I9QQ 
tHT 9I99IS— 2. Name for calling RasSnanda. 

• I e9?«ft 9Q91Q $39 995IQ G^tQ— 3. A 

soup specially prepared from some vege- 
K*nm table; W.M.— (e. Q9IO)— tl Qgqg. q^. 

«a— 1. Juicy. ^ 1 «g — 2" Wet; damp. 

*> I ^93; 9§99IQ^— 3^ Witty^ humorous; 

sentimental. SIG9 (9IGQ^9) «$ — gj^j 

Q99I 91^] 9% G9IQ 31^^91 91 9? SIQ$9|- 
Become putrefied through water. 

Q$!I(6G)Q9|-G9. «. {^. 9\ai^^99ai^)— «^ 1 

Rasa(se)iba ^a Ql ^^Q «^^a —1* Causa- 

^^ WMI; ^T^T^r tive of RasibS. 5 | bq,, 

Q 5»fl^_ Q9IQ V QgQ9l— 2. To canse a 

person to be overcom e with sentiment, 

[ej— 9si© *ffqg 9G9 Q199 1 qy[9ia 4 

GfiQ^o] • ITO1Q TO% 9«!Q9I — 3. To 
charm or enchant a person. 


*3ai'eg)QQi 


( *•/«. ) 


9913(3)989 


[$— 9Q e«ll ©ag«l 931,93$ G9IG9 Qfll Q3I, 

•Q6g aiQ <i qgai ©as, €9 9«a9 ! os. 
Ggaqsiea] ■* i sgg 99391— 4,To please 

[Q— €>l(g>9 99IO 8«9*1 90 OTIC 99IQ — 

Q8. G?G9Qia9Giq I ] * tcgq^oqQ^i— 
To cause to be witty or juicy* 
9 I SSlSo 9Q9I — 6. To gild. [ Q — 
B91 999 «tfl9Q — G£S>$ QfllQ I Sb- 
999. WQWI l] 5> I 80^9 G99I; 9ia 
QQ q l9% GQ G9I§QI— ?. To become 
purulent; to discharge pus (said of 

sores, boils etc.) 

■Q€ll(G€i)Q9l e«»l(GQ)QOI— G9- 3. (S<3>©9)— 

Raga(se)iba khela(le)iba aos^ OlQ] gOIG9 

To please a person by various means. 
[Q9l(eq)QQI «l<C»)Q9i, «gi(€9)QPl Q«l(G&)Q9i 

(-891), q«kgs)q9i oti(g«)q9]— aoiqja] 
99ISI9— s. 9 (9ai-q?w+« x . m$+9§. a > ^l 

Rasakbana ff«9Q q^q, 9319910 ) — q&fc - 

The cock. 
-QQigQ— 3CSIQ9 (G9fi») 

RasSgama Rasodbhaba. (See) 

Q3IG1Q— e. 9— Q9I«9 (G9«) 

Rasagraja Rasanjana. (See) 

<WICT a© 9^9'©) — ff-9— QqG9iS 9GQ<a— A defect in 

Rasanga ati bistiuta(fci) composition. [Q — ysin 

v$s>i gsgs* qqigto «q 95© e<5»c3 G9iQ 
q)9ial<i 1 o©G9$qi siQsgiqs 919* i <j$iq 
sqGq qsi 6 q$q 9$iq 9©^ §ioq 31^99 
9&>l a© §5© qoQQ G9lQag, Ga^ <19I 

<Qgi&3 — 2. 9 (Q99I9««9; fl. 8. GQ)— qgfll 5 fl!Q<9 
RasaSjana ©I© Q^qqgm (G9$G93GQ &L$h 
e. — 9q«9, sissgUq, %?Gq ©19§©) — Gray ore 
«Qa|9, $99, QSQI9, of antimony; 6tibium$ 
QQQP, 9919% QSICJ9, Antimony, Amomum 

9G§IQ9 5 QGSI&Q, Anthorhizaj sulphuret of 

■9l«63«i, 9«lS9, antimony. [<jj> — 491 39- 
OTt«H OO^aial $39^ ai^q^i 

*^ta> *SWI 9G9^ I «?l 9939199 I * i 

-G9. 99l»9£ gi^aQ 9dl§«— G9R,Q3G9 

■9. QS9GI *" 9%QQ 091 Gaia9 99 


a. $99 5tea6Q 9*«99lQ 9qai« 1 

9 I QSI«9 (^?fl>— Qf§9€M»IQ 9ia seer 
g«iQ 99 921 3aiQ, qiq 9Q ^?fl Qq&9 

9gO Qq9l<3 t (Extract of Indian 
Berbery), 491 «9R 9QI«9 «GaSI ©^ l] 
QQIQI— *. M («qi QQ)^Qqflq— Juicy, e. 9— 
Rasadhya , afl|©Oi asi^r^— Hog plum. 

99'^— G9. 9 (?. Q3GQ99 91 Qqiq»5 '91, G9*(®a) — 
Rasana ^ | Qg^Q @o 9Q9I — !• Moistening 
^Tf=T with Rasa a >| ai^ Q9i^( ^?>Q Q9Q?9Qtfi; 
*Hl%* a QW9^ QGf 99Q9I — 2. Process of glid- 
ing metal. « | ^«Ql9Q«— 3. Process of 
brightening or burnishing. 1 ** ! 91991; 
9|€*^ QQ9I— 4, Polishing. * I f{ 
6 Gq7qs aQ9'iQ^Q® t( Q99filia 9^95© G«a 
(G9!Q 3 5f 9Q, Q99I0 9^9 ^9)— 5. A 
paste prepared for brightening gold and 
silver ornaments. [§> — S^l^g gff GSI9 
69 «Q'Q 9dQ ^9 a 9^19^1 I 9dl9i& Ql^Q I ] 
9 i 1*1 ^AQ-IQ^ G8I9 G*1Q 9>l Q^GQ 
G99I GQ9—6. A coating or layer put 
on ornaments after burning and wash* 
ing them. 9 I $91^1 9€ Q$ H «) 9Q9I 
93Q — 7. Agate used in polishing gold* 
-[Q — SiqS9 gpfi, G3?99 e^Q G9IQH 9Qi«. 
qaioia. OQQ9M ] r I GQa — 8. Plaster; 
layerj coating. £ \ a9 993 — 9. Mois- 
tening, (to \ Qgjfl^ — 10. Medical chemis- 
try relating to metals; alchemy- G9» 9$- 
t I eq«; 99fl^— 1- Juicy. -» | 99I^G) ; 
g|§Gi— 2, Sharpened. [ Q — 691^ Q9IS1 
«9«lGr1 0l«l« Q$Q I Q«. G i ?G9^€l- 

9ftW I ] 

QS16I 9Q9I— G9. 5.—^ I 9lft^OQ9l— 

Rasana kariba 1, To polish, j \ ^giQ^Q^o 

3*lM CW^ff 9Q9I— 2. To burnish gold or other 

nr^T^tin metal. * I 813113 a»Siq9<JL G^f 

9Q9I — 3. To gild a metal. 

*»qi«(8) 939— G9. 9.— 909 Q^Q .9GQ« (GQ$ 

Rasana (ni) pathara aasjq, q^| Q9GQ 9€C9 ^91 

JJt^*^ 09093 §<!)— Agate; stone used in 

^igtNlliffr, SMW* polishing gold. 


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90* ) 


wq* 


RasSni ©§©{© £©8—1* & coatiag put on gilt 
WPT #HmCT^Fft metal. f$— 9©© ©9I§GQ 

©siSTq 1 aoflc*. 9©qa ©^fli? i ] 'l 
(«r. ©3) g%©; e«^6a^— 2.Pus. 

©€H@©1— ■ G©. $.— <t I 3fi£ v©Q©l — 
Rasaniba ipjfa C*Pe?t 1. To gild. 

©Q9I— 2. To polish; to burnish. [$— 

QgiSs 3$ €^I9 ea «©9 «w© sf qa ©qiGtf 1 

QaiGlfiL aWPO I ] • I © Q©IQ©I— 3. ^o 
smear with a coat or layer of paint 

©cjiSq %©!— £0. ^ — Q$«1$» *i «»S© s§— 
Rasanila suna Burnished gold$ polished gold- 

<n?ft xigm prr ^tar f©Qi2q 91$©— aw^a] 
©qi 9©— s. 9 .— 0>3>1 o©)— t I $©©> qgft; ea« Q 

Rasa tala ©Q$ aq©« — 1. The lace of the earth; 

©GIQQj ^ e earth's surface. 5 * 

©8I©»/ — 9I?W%9 8IOIO— 2. The nether 

$j9l$Qj world, « I $Q^ 99« flOGQ 

q$iSlQ ©22 «gai©i© fla% ©*©a Gd© ©I 

©©— -3. The lowest of the infernal 

regions said to exist below the surface 

o£ the earth. [ ©— QQ^ Qfl* flOG© 

q^q© ©so qggh© e° 'sea cai©^ 94© 
9 Gait aiei© go© «a> aai— aba, ©OQ, 

ft©©, ©©!©«, 9191©©, 9©© 6 ©3I©S I 
Q3I©»© $3 SgQfl^ 6 «3GQ G^OIj ©I©©- 

fliCQCwy? ©sjg© ©is ©©§)—(«. a.) i] 

v j a© ©3 a QG©3 — 4j. Yery low placej a 

place very low down the bottom of an 

abyss, 

Rasatmaka ©g|Q— 1. Full of juice; juicy, j, 

[©QW©r— *)] ^©3—2. Full of wit; witty. 

m I fll^p SpaJ — 3. Sentimental. 

QSiQI©— «. 9.— (Wl««i ©S+ «©!©}—<, I C8S9« 

Rasadana (G©<3)— 1. Rasagrahana (See) 

2 I ©g 6€IW (6©«) — 2« Rasa soshapa 

(See ? «■ I g©«ia|©— 3. Sucking. V ! 

( ©31+©I© )— $9Ql©— 4. Gift °* lan <i. 

Qdiyi©— «. e.— <*fl ®©5 ©g+aai©)-Q* nq 

Rasadhana ©Q9I— Conservation of the juice. 


qQi^iq — «r.^ — ^(*^p •*> ©s-"©gq «aiQ) -«. 1 qsv- 
RasadbSra 1, The sua. j \ ©q ©§©| 9|$— 

2. A receptacle of sap or juicer 

©eii$j©— <*. 9.— (©$«,«>— »«3 tiers— 

Rasadhika Borax- 

6«iyw— 9. •— e 1 Qflgi^o^ ©g cq3 G9^i - 

RasSdhikya Excess of Rasa. > \ ©ig©IO- 

©Hal— 2 A medicinal fruit. •> I ©q?$— 

3. Raising currant. 

Qdt©0— GQ. ©. q D d (oifl)— ^ 1 gg^a «©i©1q ^^ 

Rasananda 69a ©$— 1. A religious Oriya 
poet of the 17th century. [ © — q>§ 

g?«© ge© i 6<a qa!QKgae<sc|© g©ss© 
fiq©s c © gsfl© G©SgG©— 9»i^©. Qgu 

3»©^ Q©«lg I ] 9 I GQ©S ©|ft — 2. A 
name given to males. 

Q€ll«?— GQ. Q (S- ©€)■— 3QO| a9 3 s© QIG^ G999Q© 
Rasani ©q — Purulent matter issuing through 
33tf-ft, W *SI sores; thin pus. 

Q8!«iq1-a - . 9«. r (Q^i + Qf aiSL+Q©j ^5tl. «.©) — 
Rasapayl G9 ©QGQ e|^ So — Drinkiog. 

[ Qfltai^SI— 4) ] water by licking. q% ^» ( — 

%%©-Dog. 

©qi©«l— G©. Q— <©9©l© A60Q — A kind of sweet- 

Rasibali meat. (Q— <JoiGsj o©j ^qi©©-)— 

mYifii sig* gi©1. q^o^cil©! 1) [ ^— o«| 

9a Ga©l 6 ©g «Q6Q gg© 9< l QG$g©» 

^'S'l GC^ia^i ©OGQ© 9<?ig^G? ©©*GQ 

©9f«g -«•. 9 (^ c©)— 1 1 ©g S^G« flO© ©i§Qq©Q 

Rasabhasa G©1Q© — i. Simulation of senti- 

ment;semblacce of passion or sentiment- 

> \ g©?^9 Q^aes ©1 gi©€© «©©© ©q© 

«Q©i©tfil — 2. Introducing a sentiment 
which does not befit the subject matter. 
[ <q>— 8q ag] QQ© ©A© G0I© «9fli©fiJ 
9^,96© 89Q3©, Q%©©^3Q G©l9^©i€l ©Q 
Gsf^© 8S©i©$ll ©G© <9I ©^ © G9IQ 

Qgiqfl §0 1 ] 

«M flSjaQIQ^Q^I «©«» ©l©«GQ Q^Q aG^a — 
3. Attributing evident 
emotions to some cause w bich is differ- 
ent from the real one, ^ I flIQ Q8 3$Q 


QSIC1969S 


( ?.«h>* ) 


:«*)* 


Q\Q*\$ «§€& 9Q9 — 4, Unbecoming wordsj 
words befitting a lower sentiment. 

* I 9S Qcr (693)— 5. Rasa bhanga (See) 

£ I SI© 93 — 6. Lower sentiment. 

Q€[l€j$>69S— S, 9. ( $>%1 9© )— * I 9*9 9$3l— 

Rasabhinibesa 1. Description of emotion. 

) I QG9I9G — 2. Accession of sentiment 

or passion. 

QQKJO — e. 9. ( qa© )— ^ I aq© flQ flfclQ Ql9i 93 — 

Rasamruta Sentiment or taste compared to ^ 

nectar. ) \ 819, 9$9, SQIfiq, OQQ, q$9 

a©ei, qqcw, a^siy_ sbogq asp ®<aa 

96SS (Q. a)— 2. Name of a medicinal 
preparation. [ <qi — 091 Q^jQ^GQ PQ69 
sjaQig— g. a] 
93KJ9 §©— a. 9— Qg QQ|q©3«^ (GQ<s)— Bhakti 
Rasamruta sindhu rasamiutasindhu. (See) 
[Q-~ «I§Q AQ G9Q q_£, 9fllq© 999Q© I 
\ gi©1. a|«fl ©G$ I9£[ I ]- 

Q3[fl— tf. 9 (639i9) — <* I 9SIS> Q§©— 1. Tama- 
Raslmla rind. ^ | aPG999j Qfciaiacr aia— 
2, A sort oi potherb; Rumex Yesicarius # 

* I 0^—3. Vinegar made by the 

aceteous fermentation of grain; acid 

seasoning. 

93iq9— g\ 9 ($>%1 ©^ n ; QTOwqo=aa) — 1 1 <a<fai9Q 

Rasayana qq ©qqi aicf gg© a«a; 99 6-9!!a- 
9139 <8saj ©g qGtfM9 ?ai— 1, A medi- 
cinal preparation for retarding old agej 
the elixir of life^ the Elixir Vitae of the 
alchemists. [ Q — <J91 GQ919 GqMS9 5 
$$>9 gqqigiq <& qa <&q gggQ 9a 6 
wqpfa I <§ €19 aOi 99 9GCT $5113 69IQ 
9$Q9!£}9Iq 9Ga<g<3 ao 8^ ^< I <^q a& 
9§asS9 Qgiqftg^ ^593 1 ] 51 9s— 2. 

Poison. • 1 pf . SKM— 3, The waist, v | 
©3; GQlfiJ 9@— 4. Churned milkj batter 
milk. * I $Q 91 9$9g «19 G9GS} «© m 
9§G9 3Qtf© G9IQ $£I1QQ 91 9SISJ9 gig G39I 
93^9 flQ GQ^ Si$^ <39 ^03 [ §— «Hiq, 
39IG9 qqsi© 9391Q g<mo| < si§% Ssiew 

C9M& 9?|0 ■]■— 5. Alchemy^ chemistry. 
9 [ ®MGQ- 9IQ9Q QG£[1Q99«I— 6. The 
employment of mercury in medicine. 

\9+9 


9 I Qfll— T. Bird, r I ©q-^8. Old age r 
* I G99 900*9 — 9. A sort of disease, to [ 
qqq— 10- Garurda, the king of birds. 
?M 9©CT*-11- A medicinal seed^ Embelia 
Ribes. KS \ Q31SJ© SII^O— 12. An alche- 
mist, k* \ QSQ glQ— 13. The place or 

subiect of a sentiment, v I QGP— 

14. Paint. 

Rasayanajna Q3ISJO ?>^SQ «Q§ — 

(Qgi^OQI — q|) Learned in Rasayana* 

QQiqoeQI— Z 9— SQOSU 9Q9I— 

Rasayana phala The yellow myrobalan 5 Ter- 

minalia Ohebula, 

Q0I^9 9Q— e. 9 (5>fl1 ©©) — ^ I Q«|? (9. S) — 

Rasayana bara !•■ Garlic. 

j , 9|qq — 2. Mercury. 

QQiqG «9H|-^. 9— G9Q" QQll^iq^Q 91 ©G3!1^9 
Rasayana bidya qp Q9|£J9 3G9IS1 QS^Id q^1^ 

QQICP 93I9 7 a 9«q 9«iai<— 

93l^> €11^ f ^ Chemistry5 alchemy, 

L^ — Q^t^» 99*ilQ SSH «9I^ <99^ 99IQft 

gaa QQia gqgqq 53-q^^q aQfli^GQ ©S"© 1 

G?^|©95IIG^ $>rf G«7«9 Q9t ^Q QQaQS) 

. (aai— qpi, %ai -a 9 ai^, a^9 a9 $aai§> 

.89SS99, ^!QS§IG99 2B9 9d) I QG919 
flQ 99^9 <J9 S9IQ ai9fll« «li< I <999I9 
Q9fl^l QGCP'aQI 9913 QQ^l^ 99ofii 89^ 
<9 GQfQ9 9g ^<3 I ©afQ9 9g 9G«g« 
96« ©$*9 QQIQI9 GflOQ9§fll9 9I9IG9 ^ 
<§ TCflM^ 9Gfl«« 9^G® ^9 QQICJ9 €11^^ 

9g«— 9. a ] 

99130 GSS— ». 9 (9«fl »©)— 3199— 

Rasayana sresbtha Mercury. 

Q€yq9l^& — 1, 9. («a©9) — QSI£p 991I9 aaj|99 — 

Rasayanacharjya Professor oi chemistry. 

(QQ1^9|iJi09 — 39<q.9) 
QQiqa — ?. 9— v I q$Q fi^9l — 1- Menispermum 

Rasiyani Glabrumj Tinaspora Cordifolia-^ 

2. Solanum Nigrum. * | ^91998^ 998 
§S— 3w, Arborea Speciosa; Pongamia 
Indica (tree). ^ v I G9IQ9 ^Qdl 9lfl9 fl9 
49} 9l«9ftl3 €199? — 4. Sida Spinosa. * 1 


$<%» 


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Q9IQ1S 


flrWM; fl|*g eqsdl 001— 5, A medicinal 
plant, f | 6992 Q§OI OI9I — 6 - Att ab ~ 
eorbent vessel of tbe lympbatic system*, 
a lacteal; a vessel of the body convey- 
ing nutrition. 9 \ q&%\ ( $. 0) — 

7. Indian madder, r | QIQQS (@. 9) — 

8. Cowhage. ^ | §»«iqs1 (@. a) (SQ<a) — 

9. 8amkha pushpi (See) *• 1 GQSf BW*> 

QlqOi TOIQd Q6Q (§. Q)— 10. Any 

medicine which prevents persons be- 
coming old. 

Qqi$9— *. 0. (Q9I+3? ai§+0§. »)— 93— ' 
Rasaruba Tree. 

(Q-0§»i asa «$ qqigq, oai^^ooiq, 

OSIG — s. §<g (QQ+a+^i 2113-394 Wl+S^.a) — 
EasSJa C I Q«qg; QQ9— 1. Juicy, (q— *a GO 
(0*M— fl) Q9IQ 60IGO -0 Qg|» Q9IQ3I G0^ 
GOO I 60IGQ9 00,60411 l) J I 391$ — 
2. Savoury; tasteful} delicious, *l Oflfl^U 
QQ$ — 3. Witty5 humorous, » | qQQ$ 
3GQI9Q — 4. Graceful^ charming. ^. 9 — 
9. I aq,— 1. MangOj Mangifera Indica. 
o 1 g$jq— 2. Jack fruity Artocarpus 
Intergrifolia. * I GOI&3; G^fl— 3. Wheat. 
v I $00 %<a — *• A sorfc of grass. * | 
%G>%sif 01 GGIOIQ GQ — 5 * The olibanum 
tree> Boswella Thurifera. $ | qqqjoqi. 
qg|Q ©WO QS—6. A luscious variety of 
sugarcane. 9 \ GSIOIG} SfeQ— 7. Fran- 
kincense, olibanum. r | QfcQq^ q$ Q — 
8. Gum myrrh, tf | cra^Q. a)— 9. Sugar- 
cane. GO. ^~^®5 Sa — Ghee. (q— 

qsiq 910 < GOa, qqiq 39 coioa 1 o«. 

go*i§$is«w 
G>qioq-*, 0. &$ 00} * I wioa («.a)— 1. The 

KasSlaya mango tree. 3 | aGfllQQGfllQQ giOft.fl) 

2. A place of amusements. 

Q<ai« a^q— 3. 0. ( fl.o. GQ)— a©69iq«% ggo q$ 

RaeSla earkara 91 Q€> ( §,a ) — Molasses or 

sugar made from sugarcane. 

Rasalasa «ogaaoi — l. Lustful; walking slowly 
owing to excess of the sentiment of> 


love, y 1 Qq9Q8| — 2. Enamoured with 
love or lust. e. 0—*- I aSKfl} 0I©1; G)$QI<a 
OIQl — 1. Vein; blood vessel} tendon? 
blood tubej nerve. j\ a« (@. a)— 
2. Sugarcane. * I €199 (9. €))— 

3. Wheat. 

QqiQgl— GO. OS. 4. ( ^°. oai»« )— -QIQQ9 esrf 
Rasaiasi MQOflOl; «OIO«I — Walking with 
^TffPTf slow pace on account of excess of 
<m#*ft the sentiment of lust. 

Qqioi— s, 9a. $ (oaio+a )— oaioo steer — 
Rasala Feminine of Rasala. q«\ 9— *l qqqi- 
©§l — 1_ Tongue. 5 | <gfl — 2. The Doob 
grass} Panicum Dactylou; Cynodon 
Dactykwu " I €H^9§1— 3 » A shrub; 
Hedysarum Gangeticum. * | Qhaij acTQ 
aa— 4. Grape.* 1 qqqq ggo GsqoC^) 
QGQ«1 — 5* -A sort of sweet drink made 
from curd. [qj-GftosalWCQ OOflOl 03 

r eao, ©0 v G«o 6 ^a 5> G^o <«w 9aiQ 

qQIQGR Q9IOI §<1 I «qi 0«| v eq Q? 
©© 9 6SQ, «SJ^ ^Q S^lS, OT ^Q 

Ssi3 f q^fli o*i30Wi, «oiqo qgi aa 
eoiou flQo^ <£Q 60101 6 0<?Q=0| <^Q 

$iq ^oi^o oq Q3i«i ogai< i <<?! si^^q- 
Q3, alo», 3ioo, ao^Q, «oq, 4^- 
0^0, ffaa 6 010, 3^,o», ©fli, ogs% 
go^iooim i oosi^ d qq^qqi^ 91^ 

QSG€l <0I OG^'S QSOq l] #> I q^a^Q 
609iOGaa 3 OgS— 6. A sort of delicacy 
or pickle to be licked. 9 I §QQCfl^ C©. fl) 

7- A kind of yam. 

Qgi»!9— s°Q (QgaJ«ft!Q> 0. a. eq,)— Qqg| <?i 

Rasftlapa QSooiq^ OGaiaoaO; 9Qq aQ|Q— 
(Q3IQ|as>— «^qa) Witty conversation. 

O^ioial(^) ) 

QqiQisqi «l) } ^ 
Q3IQ(9)«— GO.W. (^' 6 *) (*°. 0310)— 03IQ (G9«) 
RasSliQtt)! ^t^f csvnK^ <?ftor RasSla (See) 
(09l«l, 09«a^, 0«GOW— «l) 


Q3l£l9l 


( »•->* ) 


QS«©l(€j) 


Kasaliha A shrub; Uraria Lagopoides} Hcmio- 

nites Cordifolia. 

€>QI«1— 3.Q— (Q9l» + £j) — qSfljfi; QS<?l»Ql3 OQQOIQ 

Rasali W^O a« - A luscious variety of 

sugar cane3 ^aocharum Officinarum. 

QQI«— s. Q ( Qfl+ae^ai^+q^ a)— swiflio; ©»§ 
Rasasa GQSI (©. a)— Drinking of toddy- 

Rasasi <^|. tp) — SK>i9l<3Qiq! (§. d)— Toddy- 

iSSllSca— tf) drinker 

-<MMirai -«.«— aoial«ai3«i* *T^oi(oifljQ€9a1q) — 

RaeaswSsa A sorb of creeper. 

Ra s as wada QgQ 91 9<aqQ Q9 qStol; QQ 99s; 

(MNI9G— «Q1Q.8) Q^C^ia— 1. Enjoyment or 

tasting of the Rasa5 experiencing a 

sensation, J\ (691Q 0®») ««9 QgQ SQ^aO 

2. (Toga philosophy) A state of delight- 
ful repose in religious meditation* 

CjQiqiQl— *°. S«a. «— (OT+a««+QO v , *«L <•*)— 

Rasaswadi a I Q33 agi<33Ql<3; GQ Qaqfiiaic— 

1. Tasting or enjoying a Rasa, j | 

(OOTIW— 41) 9,$©a— 2. Fondof amusements 

or fun — $°.$ — 99Q, fl^fllft— A bee. 

<Qfll9— V. 9-^. I SKtf«^>3 «W> 9Q0li OI& G©S} — 
Rasahwa 1. Turpentine. J I ^|| — 2. Resin. 

€$(£ )— GQ. ©—(fl c . cf )— QS (SQ«»— Kasi (See). 
Rasi(ssi) gis<9 (««q?^9) Q— GQiSlQ — The essence 
^ft rfh of wine, 

rQ§€fl— €9. W ( «. SB© ) — *. | ( Q,cr ) QQQ; OIQQ 
Rasia — 1* Gallant. * I Q*gq— 2. Witty. 
*£W • I QS9f — 3 - Juicy. * i qQ«l— 

Tfelf 4. Foppish. ft} — 3Sa$|<] ] «3a WGQ 

€rfiaai<i i osi i ] 

-Qga ©IC1Q— W* P. 1° ( 99QQ; *. <3§© + QI«Q )— 
i Rasia nagara ( Vhgt ) Q§Q ^f^— (ironical) 

^^ .rffi* A gallantj a witty person. (Q— 

(€$a q^a— aon%p) £©cr sq, esxS eaiaicf 

qQa ©iciq, ai?cQ Q@G« <3\&— ©a i ( > ) 

.Q9agjjja'flgGQ©t, qa 9Sg<«I $*ag i 

©a i] 


Q99— ». w. 4* (w+«©ieac») — * i qs«; 

Rasika QQGQld ^9% Qqgi^— 1. Able to 

(Q§Q|-^§1) realise and enjoy the taste or 

sentiment or wit of a thing. 3 \ 

eo?§?gs$; e»l92q— 3. Witty> humo- 
rous} jocose-, merry3 funny. ■» | q^g|«gi 
— 4. Able to appreciate excellence or 
wit. X l-qioqg— 5, Flavoured, taste- 
ful. 9 I ^%€»q§i %pQ— 6. Tasteful. 
9 I qQ©gq — 7. Having good taste, 
H Q!9iM— 8.Having a taste for poetry. 
«l WqiQ^WT" 9. Touching the heart; 
pathetic! t° I ^^^— W. Impassioned; 
enamoured. <A I G9ftil9 «>g 39 

9GQS «ft^9 —1 1 . Attached to any 
particular thing or matter ( aei{ 
QW-t Q§9, qcflo Q9* I ) «T. Q — ^ 1 g|Qq 
8q1— 1. The Indian crane; Ardea 
Sibirica. j I G«3IS«3 SL«fiP— 2. Horse. 
* I Qjjj — 3. Elephant, w | Q^>g<jg^ 9s§ 
— 4. A wit. K 1 Oft* — 5. Libertine. 
t Q— «€MOOI * «flQ ©QSl ^^ ©^1 I 

^fe^ - 1. Beau; fop. ?l GQOQ'Olfl— 2. A name 

gi^en to males. CT- P«— ^ I SQ<3 ; 

. ^T^ ( a^ Qg ) aiQ^ ©Wl 9^— !• JF<»«i of 

<feqj a particular thing. { dei|— -e^IQ^gg, 

Q?w1 gQ aftQ^— 2. Gallant; fond of 

flirting with women. • | QQQQ^ — 

3. Fond of amatory sentiment; lustful. 

€}«JO «©,—?. 9— <• I 'SOT M«— '• An eminent 

Rasika chandra person oi taste and wit. 

«8© «a, Q90Q9. Uoiqq "" 2# Ad e P ithet 
Q9oqe, «8oSW«a, I ^ .applied to 

«§«GS«Q» ClS^G^S, J Srikiushna. 

Rasikata(twa) QQ— 1. Wittinees; jocularity. 
> \ q«lQ19QI— 2- Appreciation of good 
qualities. •> I a|l 5 QMM (§■ «)-» 

3* Jest, joke. * I a«Q« a^«l— 4. Fond- 


Q§9 Q|QQ 


1:9**9 ) 


Q£9* 


ness tot the erotic sentiment. *| ajflM? 

99 s#Q§— 5. Gallantry. 
QQOQIQQ— e.©— <l QICIQQ$,e5q QcO-1, A gallant 
Rasika nBgara fond ot the arts of the towns* 

people, j | ffiqg q 9i$ — 2. One fond 
the society of women. 
€}90J— q°. M. 4] ( QtO+fl >— QSQQ <l«€P— 
Rasika" Feminine of Rasika. q\ 9. — *£ I 

9GSS — 1 . A drink made of buttermilk^ 
sugar and spices. > I q© — 2, Molasses- 
«# I Q£Q<3 ; GQI^a— 3. Cane-juice, v I 
Q?Ot> ©^1—4, Tongue. * | 9||1 — 
5 ( Woman's girdle. $ \ QQ|gg^ 933] — 
6. Coquette; bello 6q. 9^ (^ iCr ) (^ 
Si?© )— S. I 939 915—1. A witty or 
jocose person. $ | ( «ioi9q ^9 ) 9?9 
©139 Qi$Q ©I9GIS — 2. Name fcr calling 

Rasika. 

€$QiQ^—9LN'fli©g9)s.(e t «ca»oo)-«tcaio 9091 -" 

Rasikakar&i The buds of Asoka flower- 

9S9I Q|Q— a°.9--WW§3l QSfll — ^ coquettej a jilt. 

Rasika narl (Q— siseraSa ol© Q\< 

q£q/ ogrfll— aoiqg Qg O! Q|g 9I9QS) Q«I 
Q?9I W33 J —901) 

Q^QI OQ — q\ 9. $|. ( s>a1 ©© ) — gfl^ q^qi — 
Rasikabara An eminently witty or «oquettish 
Q§919$ 2 woman. 

9C9iaGQ9<a J 


6»e©a-69. 9. »1 — Q§9I ( G9S ) 

Rasikini Rasika ( See). 

*f*wt (€5 — 90 qqgisgis «9<% 9©JQg q8ea© 
J«&«R Qft. Ggaga-aa i) 

Rasikesa An epithet of Srikrushna. 

(QQG9qQ — «9i%Q) 

q39— 9. M. ( 99 ai^+Qft ©)— ^ I Q9qg— 1, ' 

Rasita Having Rasa (flavour, taste, sentiment 

wit etc.)JI,agiMk — 2. Tasted. •19316?©. 

QQ t OQ aiQg9j-3. Gilt. V| q$Q g^| g|Qg9| 

4. Platedwith gold. <j.9— el ©09 9^9. 

€99 39; 0909 SQ-^l. Roar of thunder 

($— QS© Q99I9I9 ®§3 0$ Q99, QSq 


tlfflQ $91 9Q 69$ |. fliol. 9S9IQSI I) 
y'\ flQj 9199 Q9H — 2. Intoxicating drug 

* ( 89— 3. Sound # _ 
Q0Q9I©-*. M. 9! ( QffO+993 *fll. <9 )— 
Rasitaban t> | *I3I93 QQ$j9lj qdQ9l; ,60 q3a§- 
(93Q9SI— ql) ~1* Having tasted, 71 OTQiqj- 

2. Making a sound. 

9§©l — sr. 93. q? ( Q9 ai$+Q<§. ^ resi. «.© )— 

Rasita * | «ti|IQ9Qiq — 1- Tastingj relishing, 

(99 $1— ^1) ^ I aQOI<3]r-2. Making a sound^ 

Q§9I«1— ^. 9s1. 5° (Q««»+a9 yi%=«IQ9l + 9(|. 

RasitasI QQ 5 VS|. L9)— ^ I 62 SQS^© «l<3; 

(cjg©ifja — ^,1) «iqq G9QQ €9 qco 969 (aai— 

9Q^, 9W) — 1« Eating with a noise; 
uttering a grumbling sound while eat- 
ing* 3 I W 91991*31—2. Drinking wine, 
€$(G9)<j<9) [Q©il9]— G?N. V («°) -\\ (Q-. Qffj 
Rasi(se)d(di) [etc] Q§<^ QffintQ (G9«a) — Rasid 
*f3ra ?Kft^ etc (See) 7 | (eri. Q39) Qa9 Q©<)I9 
WW ^»^ (GQ3)— 2, Rasad etc (Sea) 

Q§9I— 69 *(ff..Qa)^i J qgqg €991—1. To 

Rasiba become juicy or luscious. 9 I (era 2119) 

**H fi%^9l5 8|©9i^ ^OQO G99I— 2. To become 

^^«n soft or flaocid(said of fruits when ripe). 

* I ©aqg €991-3. To become watery. 

[sai-9tf!96Q fi^l G)?ai<! I] VI «^'g99I— 

4* To become moistened. « 1 aaq;j] 

GWh-B. To become fond of. [ q— 

gSQQ© gl©1 9fi© Q? €34ll €J9© I GQISQ9 — 

CO^WI I ] P I 2*9$ 699l> G9?«? 9^ 

91 9Ǥ QQ aftQg G99i-6. To be 

attached to or enamoured of (a person 

or^thiog). [q— ©fi^Q 4 qqq ^©oaiCQ- 

QQQ 6i?9l Qqc^^o q| G q | 990^^ 

qate 1 J 9 1 GgsiQ c G99I— 7. To be 

affected or smitten with love. [ q 

gsq ! QCt9l€9, < P6Q 98tflGQ J G99^,. 
G9««G€) GOQO qc^O ] r | a^qg 91 G9 fl 9 
S9l€l 9991 — 8. To express one's Ioyc or 
affection5 to give vent to one's affection 
or love. [Q_©aia © qqq qq^ esi | gg ^ 

Q 98 Q GQ I 99|Q C H* «9GflKlO«J^ O ate l] 
< I 9^91; W® 9Q9I— 9. To cohabit* 


Q3£p 


( *)»J9 ) 


CHRGSie 


[ $ — q§G* aw Q§* -WW £89$ 
$©gl i $po* egflaniqo I ] *.• i a©Q© 
C99hrJ0. To be glad, [ Q—GS ©« C93 
©£©1^<1 Q§GQ ! $S§ # * . flWqo© 
©© I ] ** i SQ 9©lQ9i; 6QQ ©$9!) 99Q 
©Q9I-U. ^o l° ve ; to like$to prefer, [q — 

©<5193 ai€j*e»iQ" 6© 963 q,siGO i 99$gSt 
gsr1© I 1 ^ i flo 6991* eg €9^i — 

12, To be deeply engaged ia. [ ^ — SCO 8 

atf 9£> 9IS6Q d£l ©GQ, ©9 Q§QQtf ©96Q 

Q*G9 I $W"9 S9IQQ©. 9© I ] 

q^i— 6<?69. 9 (Q\ 9tf«)— too 6 ^qao qqc- 

Rasiya «§£ Q9i 9SS9 — Country of Russia. 

^jfTwi [Q_ae<? <9i eG«i«w qnis 9J ©iq(Gz«) q- 
^r araeialQ q<3( l ©s^i© «9i stai^a©^ 

691Q2IS I ] GQ- 9 6 9«— (qj 6 $1; s. 

Q £ej — t IQQ© (6941)— 1. Rasika. (See) 
* I QS ©I (G9<3r)— 2. Rasika. (See) 

^1_*. 9s. ft (Qfl+q^W^. <»» ?fll - ^)~- 

Rasi * I Q*9 ( €93 )— 1. Rasika. (See) 
( Q qg— fl) 3 I aocjg— 2. Attached to; ena- 
moured of.%o | «qi999K|— 3» Tastingj 
relishing. G9. 9— Q§ ( «9<S )— Rasi. 

( See). 

Qflja-GQ. w ( * 99 $ )— *■ ' s<L»«; ^ 9lo > ^"^ 

Rasua Qqfl^— 1. Juicy. j | €*q© ( CM ) — 

■ [ «G9(G*0«— * \ 2. Rasika. (See) « I 93 

*f*W> Wfa g^jq— 3. Relating to Rasa. *l ai?| 

J^T, *sNTj Kg** ^IGQ 91 69969 ©19$© $« - 

4. Used during dalliance. £ q-q^i 

<ssq aio qq§) g^GQ 94"a*j goo? i 3 

* I Gfl$\ SQ ©£$91 — B. Making a 
creaking or rustling sound. 

Q€)?flft(6>) -69. 9fl (3. QSI«) — * I 991© (69$) — 
Rasuala^i) 1. Rasala. (See) [ q— aq 69Q 
(qq«oa— a©i%a) 93*ia(9) i aa i ] 69.9®.qL°— 
qqeio 1 i Q3 © (G9«l) — Rasika. (See) 

Q%(6€ll)Q— 69. 9. (* QWGI— 9KKII9I)— V I a«!99 
Rasu(so)i Q\Q ©i QSft^i- -q^qQ — 1. Cooking. 
3*[^]^ > I 9l©a|ft| — 2. Kitchen; cooking room. 
T$iti » | 91© 9911 —5. Cookery, v | g<?|Q 
a^t^BI 918Q19 — L Cooked meal fc [q>— QqQ 


49 966) 6Q« l] 

€3^(S9l)Q«IQI — G9. 9— alOfillOl— 

Rasufso)ikhan5 Cook-room. 

9%fGQl)Q©Haj-C9. 9 (3Q^9 Q^OQj—aGQ© 091^9 
Rasu(so)ibas qqq ^q|»— Act or operation of 
^M^t TOli^^ll cooking food. 

Q$$ - 69. 9 (3*. «€«!»)— QS& (69<3l) 

Rasuna ^^ 5fljji Rasuna. (See) 

9q«l 68Q™69. 9— •«© j3©IQ «§ ai»— 

Rasuna chheli A kind of fine paddy. 

9|«ai— G9. 9—^i qv Q Q *Jp * d9^9 aiQQsa^— 

Rasunia 1. Kandelia Rhudi (Haines). 

C^ttft^ a g^ftm [9 — 9V 99 <9IQ«9 I <9I% 
(Qqjiei 9iq — a»iq,9) Q®$ a96QET^IQ «HW§I5 I 
€Jl«9IOI 99 69SI 991 91^6^991391 q1fll09r 
<9 QQIQaftQ'iQ — 2. A kind of ornament 
looking like a string of garlics and worn 
on the arm. * I <I9 Q9IQ Q^j G^di — 
3. A kind of gem ; lapis lazuli G9. 9a — 

V I W 09 09 91 W9 91 09IQ 9S9— 1» 

Having the smell or taste or size of 

garlic J I a©9g Q9 qg— 2 - 

Excessively juicy. ( gal — Q^Sai «IH I) 

Q%§tel G99Q— G9. 9— ©Cfe* 99 9G9S— 

Rasunia kekara Brugtniera Conjuguta. 

Q^g )q_^, 9 ( Q9 + «», ©9I©» ) -Q«.( G9« ) 
Rasu(sa)na Rasnna ( See ) 

Q^G^Oqi— G9. 9-%6SS}!; ai09-Cook. 
Rasu(so)y5 JF3$\ *£m 

Mft-GSN. 9 ( s» )— ©ei9 v SL e3QQ *»^ S?> 
Rasul 6Q«^9 — G° d ' s messenger sent to 

,«= ^„j ^ the earth. 

QflfiJ Q(ai)@!— G^G9. 9 (^-«^" W S?) - 
i<asul-i(a)Ua 9. I €^^639© ««— 1- a ° d,s 
^^-^I-STI^ messenger. 91 9»Qfc v «9«j- 
^9-ff-W «• Tbe Pr °P befc Mahommad. 

(«q^«! 3 9^«9[»]— aotQ?) 

MA G%l(GQI^-G9. 9-aQ ^1 9G€Nfj- G©I^9Q9 
Rasuli to(to)r^i ^Name of a mixed tune in 

music. 


«.9*9 


«€3Q 


( 9°>«~ ) 


9Sh 


Rasendra 9 (j| ©©J - v I a|Q9; aiQ — 1. 

Mercury^ quick silver. 5 | a^gS". 
aQOfl?; QQqjJflQ — 2. Touchstone ( a 
gem )j the philospher's stone_ « | 
q©fll«5 9Q*J (9. €1*) — 3. Dolechus 
Sinensis ( grain }, v | siq f UGtf, aaol, 

4. Name of a medicinal preparation. 

QWW^GQMQ-ff. 9— 401 ( g. a )— 

Rasendrabedhaka Gold. 

QG€teQ— S 5 . 9 ( 5>G1 Q© )— e I 81Q9-1 Quick 

Rapeswara silver. 5 \ 33 QgOQ 9§©*© 

Q€19 SI*; SGQS'— 2. Name of a particular 

philosophy. [ *q— <@ QQffGQ 81 99 

g<?C?Q «e c 1 6 9®9 WMI 9€» G9IQ 9f© 

6 «9|«?<?Q *r r»lQ 6 <fl)9SQ gqci 919* 

6 QSiqsq^ 9§<*> €9IQ«g— 9. Q ] * I 

QIQ, Q$Q, 9QQIO 6 $91 3QQ 63IQCS) g)g© 

®<3a 9€S<3 ( 9. €1 )— 3. Name ol a 
mercurial preparation. 

Raso(sau)t QITO QQQ gp^ s^>| 9cqqQ3 

sOTte, *rc*ite 9»gq q$qq gs§ ciaq «jj?i 

rat^a* QGG.QGQ Ofl €Q 3 <|Q ©19! 

£. Clfl— Q9CIQ, Q9Q©, QIOI G99I 9GQ G3^GS 90 
QG9IQ©, Qgig®, <5)«d Q| GQ\<$QH Q Q|Q ©a^Q 
QSftlQ, Q1&G&9, 9SIQ 9i/9 ©Q Gflgj $$9$ 

$w, 9Isg3«% ©$ 91 6Q9iQo aQia q§© 
a^qiQ,QaW©,o»A© 9<»qqi8;o (<®\ osGqaGQ 
^L QSQGi asoqea 9iQ$© 34 : ) — 

GO. Qql&CH) Collyrium prepared by 

m. $$©^ boiling the root of Berbery 

root with milk till it is reduced in- 
to a powder or sticky ointment; eitract 
of Indian Berbery, [q — «9|© q$ 2fga$ 
C$ QQ I G?9<iQ 9©GQ -091 fll©©, q$?Mj 
€©$Q©9Q 6 OCT, 99G9WI, 93Q, Q$a§, 
9^b ^ :g 5^ ^ VWQ9 9©9Q I ] 
GJGQl^fl— 3. 9 (Qgaios? saiGQ GfS; pfll ©0— e I 
Rasottama $g Gfl% Gfi^ Qq— 1.' Chief 
amongst Rasas* the best of the Rasas" 

Phaseolos Mungo. 


oegiqsi— 9°. 94 (*fll «^)— Qg^»J9— 

Rasotpanna Produced from Rasa. 

QGSiQq— q».9 (?$©©; Q3+€J9^) — Q3Q «9q f Q— 
Rasodaya 'The appearance of Rasa» 

QG9IGIQ— 3». 9 (0$1 ®«0 — Q«l 9ISJQQ9I — 
Rasodgara Vomiting Rasa, 

Q6SI§S>— *•. 9« ( 99Qfi )— * 1 C»4 ©I©— 

Basodbhaba 1 % Produced from mercury. 

3°. 9— * i < f^l ©9 )— 9G9I9^ — 

1. The appearance of Rasa, j \ foa- 

. S?9) — (aiG9§ ©to) §cra — 2. Vermilion. 

QOTI€»£— *. 9« (*fll ©©)— ©g^©ia — 

Rasodbhata Born of or produced from Rasa. 

, (©6916^1— ^,1) 

96QIO — 3 # , 9 ( Q9 ai^-f ^o, 9^,1 Q9 + ^Q, fll^l 

Rasona Gdlf <l 9^ CaP^GQ ^|) — q^i [e9«] 

[QG9I09— aftiqp] Rasuna[SeeJ 

Q6€H9ft— *«•. 9 ( fl. 9. GQ. 9g=fifl^ QW + 

Rasopala QOO—ggQ^ ^g )— ^1; €fl?^« — 

Pearl. 

Q6fllQI— C?G9. 9 (eri. QQlQffl QGgiq*)— g^qoio^; 

RastorSg G9iG%fi^— -Dining roomj hotel, res- 

^t^slo t <Wkt taurant- 

Q«— ?. 9 (Q2 ai^+©sT. ©)— ^9,j 9g — 

Rasna Thing: material; substance, 

Q£I©«M— G^GQ. 9 ( QV GQ8G§^) ( QQqn ) — 
Rasp5da(da)nta agft GQQ0I 9MQ ©Q^Ql 9gQ 
RI^^w 9ag gg-— Respondent in an appeal. 

Qfl<«-e.9^(Q9 ai^j_+q9. a) — V I «WI9«iq— l,Cap- 

Rasya able of being tasted, j \ (Qq+g) qgio 

(QQII— «1) -2. Tasteful. « f Qq9!Qgl©a9— 

3. Delicious, v j Q g fl] ^. g^_4. Juicy 

* I *3gB«5|— 5. Of good taste. 9. 9— 

V I %<tQ5 Q§— 1. Blood, j 1 aqQQ g ra 

(».«)— 2. Flesh. 

Rasya Feminine of Rasya. 

^. 9— £ I Qfll— 1. Mimosa Octandra, 

> 1 Q^li atoli «9^«§1> SQI09$ QOI— 
2. Stephenia Hernandifolia; Pereira 

root- 


9 


( 5>»9S ) 


g 


©f — €9. 9— (*\Q»l)— q3j9W- 

Rassi ?W\ **^ 

©9 (ai^)— e— * I ©II© ©Q9t — 1. To give up. » I 

Rah (root) G9IQ© ©Q9I — 2.To give upjto emit. 

* \ Q§) G©©l — 3. To let loose; to abandon. 

v I 6Q€ie» ©fl© ©Q9I — 4. To move with 

speed* 

99 — G9. $ (©9© 1 s^i©' a©i9qa© «©^i * i ©©© 

Rah SJOIQ; StQ«|£{ qG9 ©«,©$©)—*. I ($) QQ9I 

*t!i v « qi ©© } ©9© G9i— i- (yo u ) sta y ! 

*S Stop ! y I (§) 8GeiSI TO— 2. Wait ! •> I 

($) 9f Q €91-3. Abstain 1 

©9— e. 9. ( ©^ai^+etf. a )— e 1 c3w 5 &©: 

Raha QCTlQ — 1. Coition; copulation. * I 

GOI9GKJ ©<a£|— 2. Secret matter. *> | 
GQfClCll^ atf©$— 3. Mystio truth; religi- 
ous secret, v | ©©©©1—4. Solitariness. 
X 1 GOIQ©— 5. Privacy. 9 I 99© 3S93 - 
6. LoDely place. 9 I 39H— 7. Privity. 
r I sl^lj G©l§©-8. Sport; play. « | 
mGQ} «L«— 9. Happiness; pleasure. G9. 
* . (a. «« ai^ ; ©1. ©9 a, $ &9 n Wi ^IQ 
ao^l n^qa^Q aa<3 q^<a *■ ©o©; §g*i 6 

©$9©» %GqsiG©; fl©^ %ea flai 9«ie§©)- 

(Verb Imperative) (you) Stop ! Wait I 
Stay ! 69. a — ©999 (G9S ) — Raharaha 

(See) 

-Qfoi— gi69. (a«W9R) 9. (e. «Q«i|, si. a©9$, $_©. 

Rahafita -og SSG© Q* ©9Sl) — a©$— Spining 

(Q9*ai — WM%9) wheel. 

■©9I--S. 9 (Q9^al^-B©Mfl ©S9I+OT^««V Qfl s a|$ 

Rab — «l$i ©Wl + ©rf.«S?Q9«i «,<>fll.t9)— 

Q9 (GQSl)— Kaha (See) ©tfi — *. I 9<J; 

6<M9«I^ — 1- Secret} private. 5 I 9»©— 

2. Lonely. 5. §$— V I 6Qia©6ti— 1. In 

secret. 5 I <1©1<3G© 5 ©»©GQ — 2. In 

private; away from the presence of 

people. a — Q9©9 (€9$) — Raharaba 

(See) 

*-©9fcl— QK9.(©9©I©) 9-11 89 — 1. Stubbornness, 
Rabata J I «©— 2. Importunity. 


©9<G9)<a — G9. 9 ( *. QS<3 ) 

Raha(he)n a e I apgio- g© ; ©93—1. Staying; 
^ra^T l halting, e$G9. © ( &L €©9©) S« 
*£* ©QQI ©■»§ qaQltilQT ©9*6© q« Gala© 

**=i qq^ qi qi9© $^g q9©i «!&§ — 1- A 

^T pledge or mortgage. > \ §$©3 9ft§ 

©*©Q3q«g94 ©QQI^©— 2. Loan by 
mortgaging or pledging; borrowing 
money by pledging any property* 
[ 5— *©9«* 91 ©9^i-©«© gai^iq q^ 

9QG9WQ ©|8q %Gg «I©Oq G©f^l9 *®&\ 
«IQ© ^GQQ QGQ,, Q§ Q§ 9^ <SI©©Q 
QOQGQ ai< 6 fl9l©QQ €J« QQGSJia 91© 
9l3§ Q§ «5S| Q9e|-«l©9 9^ $9GQ fffg 
Q|< ( mortgage without possession or 
simple mortgage ). »9« $9C£ Q^m 

er©ioqL «9i©© q^i© ^aQ ©1 ^OQ ©QalGQ 
acq qiq^iq ©GQl93©q©GQ,©l^.'a , »-^© , 

( Usufructuary mortgage ) G©iQfil|<i I ] 

9 («$)—* — ^ I ^IO ©Q©l— 1. To give. J \ 394 

RS (root) ©QQI— 2. To take; to accept. 

» 1 gig€9©ij. qiq©i — 3 - To g e t5 to 

receive; to obtain, v | qq qq^i — 

4. To gain* 

Q-CT. 9 ( q. ai^L+QQ. «i,Q)— ^ ' 91©— 1. 
Ra Gift; giviDg. 5 1 99a — 2. Act of 
receiving or taking. * I $©fl; 919^$- 
3. Outward eigus proceeding from love^ 
passion or other sentiment. v I Q l^ ; 
qfk — 4. Error^ mistake. * | *q — 5. 
■ Wealth} riches, ^ ( qg— 6. Heaven. 
9 I ©It© — 7. Gold, r 1 Q9; gQ. d© 
— 8, Sound; tone; voice, g9, Q — ^ | 

^1 (*.Q^) fl cr1©Q ©I© 91 a^ 9Ga«, 

la^ft QGpl© 6SM619I Q^^ ©IQ^^Q ^Q^GCr 
QQ^llQ ©$3Q aoiQ^iaiQ* ©l^©CJIG© G3^ 
^Q aQ§)— 1, A sound uttered by 
musicians while trying their tune 
•with the tune of the musical instru- 
ment. 

m *m > 1 (GS^,©iG3ia© ge© v qqq *w°g 

GSSG© Q«9I f q^' €19© «°69Q 3©l©— 


qsj 


( 9««° ) 


qQ(Q) 


2, Abbreviation in pronouncing the 
sound tf Raya' affixed to titles given by 
Rajas. ( saOl — Q©§©, ©©©$©, ©Q©©, 

*ia$q, sia$q, s-ol©^ a$©q Q©ii© t ) 

*t n » -i (s o - q©) aaflics ©i©©ig©g© ©©©i 

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3. A prolonged sound made at one 
breath at tbe end of crying by infants. 

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oq^ ei© 69©i ©$©»ai£jl a 6 ? — *■ A 

tune continued for a long time (e.g.when 

a metal utensil iB struck with another 

metal); intonation; a prolonged tune. 

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Stel^ aiQ «© S©6© ©©C>l &©-6. An 

Sjfg 1 utterance made at one breath by Dudu 

players inside the adversary's limits^ 

9 s (a©g q«i. q— V) sa w^w 01 G9 a © 

©GQ> SKH% G9J? wqsai<3 — 7 p Loving; 
loved. [Q— G©I©£GGI ! 69IQft6€l *€©l Sia 

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©go ©G« aia 1 3q$se. stet] 1 "! <^oio- 

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qo q$— 8* Croaking or crowing sound 

ilt* of crows. G?G©. ( ffl. q« ) — <> I q$ q«-, 

*jat fl©j S«>©^ ©Mfc— 1. Decision* judg- 
ment. 5 1 (eri. q©t=aa) vis; qgi^ sa— 

iftltt 2. Way; road. «p | §|©; ©IQ|— 3. Place! 

^ space. ( aaj— GSOIG© ©?Qlq^ $©<! <©> 

*W1 ©l§)vi (QMia) %Q<b QGQIOS; q©i— 

TTS£ 4. (figurative) Separate or individual 

arrangement. [ aai-fl* a©3l6© «G© 

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( q«t©g<3 > © 6 ©a-qa (G©s )— Ra-a 

(See), 

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Kaa G©!9IQ9IQ QQj qgj qgj — 1. Croaking or 

31 crowing sound of crows. > | (s. q©) q 

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(G©«)~ Rs - ( See ) 9I6© (9^9Q) ©— 


«B; n®Q— Pleasure. ©« — q$l©©— Pleas- 
ingj pleasant; charming. [Q — ©QiQQ GQ 

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©1© i 3 
qaeu©— ©ie© (aieqg) ©— qa*©i e©^ ciQ©flie» 

Ra-antali ai©©dl 9^6© 9%©a^i©| d|Q6©^tai^ 
<stqi^ 6 a!©G©$! g^Q ©«§ — Poor people 
who watch the reaping ol paddy and pick 
up the stalks of grain fallen from the 

reaper's sheaves. 

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Baadhariba <l© €>41QG© ©I 4©$lti©Q ©9©l» q© 
at ^W, ^^Tt^pl QQ©I— 1. To continue a sound 
Tf W5!T for a long time at one stretch (said of 
some infants while crying at one 
breath). [©~«qG© 5q?l©4Q ©qtq B$©!a!Q 
aq © GGrQ©!%§q.q© W©i ©^©i qfiiiag i]i 
> I ©°9i ©iq© a©SQ ©o«9g a©i© 
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make a prolonged sound (said of bell 
metal utensils). (aei|-— _©*g|G© «<§» ©|© 

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CI^T^cm tune on one thing. v | ©©|^<i ©§l 

a^©!5 ©IS a©©l— 4. To take to a road. 

qa©i$— big©. ©— q©i ©19 (g©«) 

Ra-a bardi Rahabardi, (See) 

qa©|flfl-G©. 9 6 ©a (qj)— ©Q9fl^ltf — 

Ra-abali Quarrelsome woman; a vixen; virago* 

qa qa— g©. © (^©©q*)— qo (g©«) 

Ra-5 r54S ^ *" Ra-»- (See) 

Q2DQ - *©. © (». qq)— q©w (G©«) 

Ra-asa Rahasa. ^See) 

m 6©g© fen. q«L> - g©i@iq ^ifl— 

?1^ Bridle or rein of a horse. 

qQ(€^~ g©. © (a. q©Qi)— e. i qo «iq«k- l. Rye 5 . 

Rai(i) Indian mustardi white mustard, Bas- 
^ sicajuncea, Sinapis Ramosa. J | G9I©^ 


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<WHT 3, A eour curry made of rye' p^ste and 
acid mixed with vegeta ble$>^Qfetf — 66$ 

QQ, MQQ, '©lq$QP QQ1IQ) *| qj(*. q*«0 

g^l — 4. E-adhikSj (Srjkxushna's object 

of purest love). * | (<j. q©©; q© aQQ 

S6S0)— q<t; Qe|3 flftgQ 1 ?69IEIItf 9639— 

5. A family- titile of Ksbyatriyaa. $ I (S 

qw)QQia seer 4$ q® »Q aag°s— 

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q%) 5> i ( tf. qcw si gpifl, )— 6$aiQ 

flQQiQGQ Q?\ <IQa©IQ O&Q OlOOQi qQQQ 

(6Qfii) —7- A species of wildBilenia Speciosa; 

Dilenia A wva (Haines),;.^— <9i gQcifi 

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feQ»W 9. Rai.(See) 

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RSia (6SIIQS©*! Q » -W«Q>^-HaTing strong 

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?3§qT<T(«t) cently pasted mustard. [q>— GQiaqq. 

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Raika "9I6©Sj <?§>— Woman's bodice, [gj — 

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QQ CIS — CO- 9— SJS $GSS-Rhiz:>phora Macro* 
Rat gacbha nata5 or Rbizophora Cojrjugata. 




Raigir^i ai^ — A species of paddy growing in 

low lands. 

Rai^ejguru 1. The spiritual preceptor of a 

(^S^^Wiq?) king- ^ I SIOlfllMP.W ?I§^SL 

^t^^?P " Q^ Sjaiy ©e«^ — 2. A title of given to 

?^aj*T •■•"■"■ Brahmanas by Rajas* 

QQ eGiQ!"CQ. 9— ^Q oiaQ got*- 

Rai goja" Pegs from Rai tree, 

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Raija^etc). Rajya eteX See ) 

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^t®^ TO, - -,- : 2fJRight (side), 

Riitjaim ; Right time, 

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